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ANNUAL REGISTER 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY 

ANNAPOLIS, MD. 



SEPTEMBER 28, 1928 



EIGHTY-FOURTH ACADEMIC YEAR 
1928-1929 




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1928 



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CONTENTS 

Page 

Mission of Natal Academy _, iv 

Historical Sketch 1 

Superintendents 14 

Board of Visitors 15 

Academic Calendar 16 

Calendar, 1928-29 ____ 17 

Officers and Civilian Instructors Attached to the United States 

Naval Academy 18 

Academic Board 25 

Midshipmen Officers and Petty Officers, 1928-29 26 

Practice Cruise, Summer of 1928 T __ 29 

Merit Rolls for 1927-28 30 

Midshipmen of the Fourth Class at the Beginning of Academic 

Year 1928-29 92 

Numerical Summary _ 106 

Appointments, Deaths, Resignations, etc __. 107 

Summer Schedule, Fourth Class, 1928 T 113 

Summer Aviation Course, 1928 115 

List of Members of Class of 1928 Retained at Naval Academy for 

Aviation Instruction, Summer of 1928 _ _ _ 136 

Course of Instruction, 1928-29 „ _ _ 138 

Assignment of Time, 1928-29 _____ 143 

Table of Coefficients, 1928-29 _ _ 143 

Programs of Recitations, 1928-29 144 

Tables of Recitation Assignments, 1928-29 __ 146 

Arrangement of Courses, 1928-29 147 

R_.sum_. of Course of Instruction 149 

Library _._ 161 

Summary of Course in Aviation Instruction 162 

Prizes, Medals, etc., Presented, 1927-28 163 

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THE MISSION 

HPO mold the material received into educated 
J- gentlemen, thoroughly indoctrinated with 
honor, uprightness and truth, with practical 
rather than academic minds, with thorough loy- 
alty to country, with a groundwork of educa- 
tional fundamentals upon which experience 
afloat may build the finished naval officer, capable 
of upholding, whenever and wherever may be 
necessary, the honor of the United States; and 
withal giving due consideration that healthy 
minds in healthy bodies are necessities for the 
fulfillment of the individual missions of the 
graduates; and that fullest efficiency under this 
mission can only be attained if, through 
just and humane yet firm discipline, 
the graduates carry into the serv- 
ice respect and admiration 
for this academy 



THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY 



The United States Naval Academy was founded in 1845 by the Hon. George 
Bancroft, Secretary of the Navy, in the administration of President James K. 
Polk. It was formally opened October 10 of that year under the name of the 
Naval School, with Commander Franklin Buchanan as superintendent. It was 
placed at Annapolis, Md., on the land occupied by Fort Severn, which was given 
up for the purpose by the War Department by the Hon. William L. Marcy, then 
Secretary of War. The course was fixed at five years, of which only the first 
year and the last were spent at the school, the intervening three years being 
passed at sea. This arrangement was not strictly adhered to, the exigencies of 
the service making it necessary, in many cases, to shorten the period of study. 
In January, 1846, four months after the opening of the school, the students con- 
sisted of 36 midshipmen of the date of 1840, who were preparing for the examina- 
tion for promotion; 13 of the date of 1841, who were to remain until drafted for 
service at sea; and 7 acting midshipmen appointed after September of the pre- 
vious year. The midshipmen of the date of 1840 were the first to be graduated, 
finishing their limited course in July, 1846, and they were followed in order by 
the subsequent dates until the reorganization of the school in 1850. 

In September, 1849, the following board was appointed to revise the plan and 
the regulations of the Naval School: 

Commander William B. Shubrick. 

Commander Franklin Buchanan. 

Commander Samuel F. DuPont. 

Commander George P. Upshur. 

Surg. W. S. W. Ruschemberger. 

Prof. William Chauvenet. 

Capt. Henry Brewerton, United States Army. 
The plan reported by the board was approved and went into operation July 1, 
1850. The new organization provided for a course of seven years, the first two 
and the last two at the school and the three intermediate years at sea. The 
school was placed under the supervision of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrog- 
raphy and its name was changed to the United States Naval Academy. The 
corps of professors was enlarged, the course was extended, and the system of 
separate departments with executive heads was fully adopted. It was provided 
that a Board of Visitors should make an annual inspection of the academy and 
report upon its condition to the Secretary of the Navy. A suitable vessel was 
attached to the academy as a practice ship and the annual practice cruises were 
begun. 

After the system had been in operation a year new changes were proposed and 
the recommendations of the academic board on the subject were referred to the 
board of examiners for the year 1851, composed of the following-named officers: 

Commodore David Conner. 

Capt. Samuel L. Breese. 

Commander C. K. Stribling. 

Commander A. Bigelow. 

Commander Franklin Buchanan. 

Lieut. Thomas T. Craven. 

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The change recommended by the board of examiners and adopted by the depart- 
ment consisted mainly in leaving out the requirements of three years of sea service 
in the middle of the course, thus making the four years of study consecutive. The 
practice cruise supplied the place of the omitted sea service and gave better 
opportunities for training. The change went into operation in November, 1851, 
together with other improvements recommended by the board. This system 
has been continued, with some slight modifications, to the present time. The 
first class to receive the benefit of it was that which entered in 1851. Six members 
of this class completed the course in three years and were graduated in June, 
1854; the remainder of the class followed in 1855. 

In May, 1861, on the outbreak of the war, the academy was moved to Newport, 
R. I. The three upper classes were detached and ordered to sea and the remain- 
ing acting midshipmen were quartered in the Atlantic House and on board the 
frigates Constitution and Santee. In the summer of 1865 the academy was 
brought back to Annapolis, where it has since remained. 

When the Bureau of Navigation was established, July 5, 1862, the academy 
was placed under its supervision; March 1, 1867, it was placed under the direct 
care and supervision of the Navy Department, the administrative routine and 
financial management still being conducted through the bureau. On the 11th of 
March, 1869, this official connection with the bureau ceased, but was renewed 
by the general order of the Navy Department issued June 25, 1889. 

The term of the academic course was changed by law March 3, 1873, from 
four to six years. The change took effect with the class that entered in the 
following summer. 

In 1866 a class of acting third assistant engineers was ordered to the academy 
for instruction. The course embraced the subject of steam engineering mecha- 
nism, chemistry, mechanics, and practical exercises with the steam engine and 
in the machine shop. This class was graduated in June, 1868, together with 
two cadet engineers who had entered the academy in 1867. After an interval 
of four years, in October, 1871, a new class of cadet engineers was admitted. 
This class followed a two years' course, somewhat more extended than that of 
the class of 1868, and was graduated in 1873. In 1872 and 1873 new classes 
were admitted, the first of which left the academy in 1874 and the second in 1875. 
By an act of Congress approved February 24, 1874, the course of instruction 
for cadet engineers was made four years instead of two; the new provision was 
first applied to the class entering the academy in the year 1874. This class 
was graduated in June, 1878. 

An act of Congress approved June 23, 1874, provides as follows: 

"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That in all cases when it shall come to the knowl- 
edge of the Superintendent of the Naval Academy, at Annapolis, that any cadet 
midshipman or cadet engineer has been guilty of the offense commonly known as 
hazing, it shall be the duty of said superintendent to order a court-martial, 
composed of not less than three commissioned officers, who shall minutely 
examine into all the facts and circumstances of the case and make a finding 
thereon; and any cadet midshipman or cadet engineer found guilty of said offense 
by said court shall, upon recommendation of said court, be dismissed; and such 
finding, when approved by said superintendent, shall be final; and the cadet 
so dismissed from said Naval Academy shall be forever ineligible to reappoint- 
ment to said Naval Academy." 

By an act of Congress approved August 5, 1882, it was provided that from 
that date "there shall be no appointments of cadet midshipmen or cadet engi- 
neers at the Naval Academy, but in lieu thereof naval cadets shall be appointed 
from each congressional district and at large, as now provided by law for cadet 



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midshipmen, and all the undergraduates at the Naval Academy shall hereafter 
be designated and called 'naval cadets,' and from those who successfully com- 
plete the six years' course appointments shall hereafter be made as it is necessary 
to fill vacancies in the lower grades of the Line and Engineer Corps of the Navy 
and of the Marine Corps: And provided further, That no greater number of 
appointments into these grades shall be made each year than shall equal the 
number of vacancies which has occurred in the same grades during the preceding 
year; such appointments to be made from the graduates of the year, at the con- 
clusion of their six years' course, in order of merit, as determined by the academic 
board of the Naval Academy; the assignment of the various corps to be made by 
the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of the academic board. 
But nothing herein contained shall reduce the number of appointments from 
such graduates below ten in each year, nor deprive of such appointment any 
graduate who may complete the six years' course during the year eighteen 
hundred and eighty-two. And if there be a surplus of graduates, those who do 
not receive such appointment shall be given a certificate of graduation, an 
honorable discharge, and one year's sea pay, as now provided by law for cadet 
midshipmen; and so much of section fifteen hundred and twenty-one of the 
Revised Statutes as is inconsistent herewith is hereby repealed. 

"That any cadet whose position in his class entitles him to be retained in the 
service may, upon his own application, be honorably discharged at the end of 
four years' course at the Naval Academy, with a proper certificate of graduation." 

In 1886 a special course of instruction in physiology and hygiene was estab- 
lished, in accordance with an act of Congress approved May 20 of that year. 

The act of Congress approved March 2, 1889, provides that " the academic 
board of the Naval Academy shall, on or before the thirtieth day of September 
in each year, separate the first class of naval cadets then commencing their fourth 
year into two divisions, as they may have shown special aptitude for the duties 
of the respective corps, in the proportion which the aggregate number of vacancies 
occurring in the preceding fiscal year ending on the thirtieth day of June in the 
lowest grade of commissioned officers of the Line of the Navy and Marine Corps 
of the Navy shall bear to the number of vacancies to be supplied from the academy 
occurring during the same period in the lowest grade of commissioned officers 
of the Engineer Corps of the Navy; and the cadets so assigned to the Line and 
Marine Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pursue a course of study 
arranged to fit them for service in the Line of the Navy, and the cadets so assigned 
to the Engineer Corps division of the first class shall thereafter pursue a separate 
course of study arranged to fit them for service in the Engineer Corps of the Navy, 
and the cadets shall thereafter, and until final graduation at the end of their six 
years' course, take rank by merit with those in the same division according to 
the merit marks; and from the final graduates of the Line and Marine Corps 
division, at the end of their six years' course, appointments shall be made here- 
after as it shall be necessary to fill vacancies in the lowest grades of commissioned 
officers of the Line of the Navy and Marine Corps; and the vacancies in the 
lowest grades of the commissioned officers of the Engineer Corps of the Navy shall 
be filled in like manner by appointments from the final graduates of the engineer 
division at the end of their six years' course: Provided, That no greater number of 
appointments into the said lowest grades of commissioned officers shall be made 
each year than shall equal the number of vacancies which shall have occurred 
in the same grades during the fiscal year then current; such appointments to be 
made from the final graduates of the year, in the order of merit as determined 
by the academic board of the Naval Academy, the assignment to be made by 
the Secretary of the Navy upon the recommendation of the academic board 
-at the conclusion of the fiscal year then current; but nothing contained herein 



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or in the naval appropriation act of August fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty- 
two, shall reduce the number of appointments of final graduates at the end of 
their six years' course below twelve in each year to the Line of the Navy and not 
less than two shall be appointed annually to the Engineer Corps of the Navy, nor 
less than one annually to the Marine Corps; and if the number of vacancies in the 
lowest grades aforesaid occurring in any year shall be greater than the number of 
final graduates of that year the surplus vacancies shall be filled from the final 
graduates of the following years as they shall become available. 

"That after the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, the 
minimum age of admission of cadets to the academy shall be fifteen years and 
the maximum age twenty years." 

In October, 1897, a postgraduate course in naval architecture for the education 
of officers for the Construction Corps of the Navy was established; and a class 
was formed from the naval cadets that had finished the four years' course in that 
year. 

By an act of Congress approved March 3, 1899, "the officers constituting the 
Engineer Corps of the Navy" were transferred to the "Line of the Navy," there- 
by repealing so much of the act of Congress approved March 2, 1889, as relates to 
the separation of naval cadets of the first class into line and engineer divisions. 
This same act having limited the number of constructors in the Navy to 40, 
the postgraduate course in naval architecture was discontinued. 

By an act of Congress approved June 7, 1900, it was provided that — 
"Whenever any naval cadet shall have finished four years of his undergraduate 
course of six years the succeeding appointment may be made from his congres- 
sional district or at large in accordance with the existing law." 

By an act of Congress approved July 1, 1902, it was provided that — 
"The title 'naval cadet' is hereby changed to 'midshipman.' 
"That until the year nineteen hundred and fourteen, in addition to the naval 
cadets now authorized by law (the title having been changed by this act to mid- 
shipmen), the President shall appoint five midshipmen, and there shall be ap- 
pointed from the States at large, upon the recommendation of Senators, two 
midshipmen for each State." 

By an act of Congress approved March 3, 1903, it was provided that — 
"There shall be allowed at the Naval Academy two midshipmen for each 
Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Congress, two for the District of 
Columbia, and five each year at large: Provided, That the additional congres- 
sional appointments authorized by this act shall be made at such time as may 
be determined by the Secretary of the Navy, who shall equitably distribute the 
increase among the several States, Districts, and Territories, so that ultimately, 
if practicable, each Senator, Representative, and Delegate may recommend for 
appointment during each Congress one midshipman: Provided further, That 
Members of the Fifty-seventh Congress who will not be Members of the Fifty- 
eighth Congress, and in whose districts or States appointments have not been 
made or vacancies filled in the Fifty-seventh Congress, may immediately upon 
the passage of this act make the additional appointments herein provided for. 

"The Secretary of the Navy shall, as soon as practicable after the fifth day of 
March in each year, notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Delegate 
in Congress of any vacancy which may be regarded as existing in the State, 
District, or Territory which he represents, and the nomination of a candidate to 
fill such vacancy shall be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, Repre- 
sentative, or Delegate. Such recommendations shall be made by the first day 
of June of that year, and if not so made the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the 
vacancy by the appointment of an actual resident of the State, District, or 
Territory in which the vacancy exists, who shall have been for at least two years 



HISTORICAL SKETCH O 

immediately preceding his appointment an actual bona fide resident of the State, 
District, or Territory in which the vacancy exists and shall have the qualifica- 
tions otherwise prescribed by law: And provided further, That the Superintend- 
ent of the Naval Academy shall make such rules, to be approved by the Secre- 
tary of the Navy, as will effectually prevent the practice of hazing; and any 
cadet found guilty of participating in or encouraging or countenancing such 
practice shall be summarily expelled from the academy, and shall not thereafter 
be reappointed to the Corps of Cadets or be eligible for appointment as a com- 
missioned officer in the Army or Navy or Marine Corps until two years after the 
graduation of the class of which he was a member. 

"That the provision of this act for the increase of appointments of midshipmen 
to the Naval Academy shall continue in force until the thirtieth day of June, 
nineteen hundred and thirteen; and thereafter one midshipman, as now provided 
by law, shall be appointed for each Senator, Representative, and Delegate in 
Congress. 

"That hereafter there shall be at the Naval Academy one midshipman from 
Porto Rico, who shall be a native of said island, and whose appointment shall be 
made by the President on the recommendation of the Governor of Porto Rico. 

"That after January first, nineteen hundred and four, all candidates for 
admission to the Naval Academy at the time of their examination must be 
between the ages of sixteen and twenty years." 

"All candidates for admission into the academy shall be examined according 
to such regulations and at such stated times as the Secretary of the Navy may 
prescribe. Candidates rejected at such examination shall not have the privilege 
of another examination for admission to the same class, unless recommended by 
the board of examiners." (R. S. sec. 1515.) 

" When any candidate who has been nominated upon the recommendation of a 
Member or Delegate of the House of Representatives is found, upon examination, 
to be physically or mentally disqualified for admission, the Member or Delegate 
shall be notified to recommend another candidate, who shall be examined accord- 
ing to the provisions of the preceding section." (R. S. sec. 1516.) 

An act of Congress approved April 9, 1906, reads as follows: 

"AN ACT Granting authority to the Secretary of the Navy, in his discretion, to dismiss midshipmen 
from the United States Naval Academy and regulating the procedure and punishment in trials for hazing 
at the said academy. 

"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That it shall be the duty of the Superintendent of 
the United States Naval Academy, whenever he shall believe the continued 
presence of any midshipman at the said academy to be contrary to the best 
interests of the service, to report in writing such fact, with a full statement of the 
facts upon which are based his reasons for such belief, to the Secretary of the 
Navy, who, if after due consideration of the said report he shall deem the super- 
intendent's said belief reasonable and well founded, shall cause a copy of the said 
report to be served upon the said midshipman and require the said midshipman 
to show cause in writing and within such time as the said Secretary shall deem 
reasonable, why he should not be dismissed from the said academy; and after due 
consideration of any cause so shown the said Secretary may, in his discretion, 
but with the written approval of the President, dismiss such midshipman from 
the said academy. And the truth of any issue of fact so raised, except upon the 
record of demerit, shall be determined by a board of inquiry convened by the 
Secretary of the Navy under the rules and regulations for the government of the 
Navy. 

"Sec. 2. That so much of the acts approved June twenty-third, eighteen 
hundred and seventy-four, and March third, nineteen hundred and three, as 



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requires the Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy to convene a 
court-martia 1 in all cases when it shall come to the knowledge of the said super- 
intendent that any midshipman has been guilty of the offense commonly known 
as 'hazing,' and declares the finding of a court-martial so convened, when 
approved by the said superintendent, final, and directs that any midshipman 
found guilty by such court-martial shall be summarily dismissed from the said 
academy, and also all other acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the present act, 
are hereby repealed, and that the offense known as 'hazing' may hereafter be 
proceeded against, dealt with, and punished as offenses against good order and 
discipline and for violation and breaches of the rules of said academy. But no 
midshipman shall be dismissed for a single act of hazing except under the pro- 
visions of section three of this act. 

"Sec. 3. That the Superintendent of the United States Naval Academy may, 
in his discretion, and with the approval of the Secretary of the Navy, cause any 
midshipman in the said academy to be tried by court-martial for the offense of 
hazing, as provided by the act approved June twenty-third, eighteen hundred 
and seventy-four, and such court-martial, upon conviction, may sentence such 
midshipman to any punishment authorized by the said act or by the act approved 
March third, nineteen hundred and three, or authorized for any violation or 
breach of the rules of the said academy by the said rules, or in cases of brutal 
or cruel hazing, may, in addition to dismissal, sentence such midshipman to im- 
prisonment for a period not exceeding one year: Provided, That such midshipman 
shall not be confined in a military or naval prison or elsewhere with men who 
have been convicted of crimes or misdemeanors; and such finding and sentence 
shall be subject to review by the convening authority and by the Secretary of the 
Navy, as in the cases of other courts-martial. 

"Sec. 4. That the offense of 'hazing,' as mentioned in this act, shall consist 
of any unauthorized assumption of authority by one midshipman over another 
midshipman whereby the last-mentioned midshipman shall or may suffer or be 
exposed to suffer any cruelty, indignity, humiliation, hardship, or oppression, or 
the deprivation or abridgement of any right, privilege, or advantage to which 
he shall be legally entitled. 

"Sec. 5. That it shall be the duty of every professor, assistant professor, 
academic officer, or any cadet officer or cadet petty officer, or instructor, as well 
as every other officer stationed at the United States Naval Academy, to promptly 
report to the superintendent thereof any fact which comes to his attention 
tending to indicate any violation by a midshipman or midshipmen of any of 
the provisions of this act or any violation of the regulations of the said academy. 
Any naval officer attached to the academy who shall fail to make such report as 
provided in this section shall be tried by court-martial for neglect of duty, and, 
if convicted, he shall be dismissed from the service. Any civilian instructor 
attached to the academy who shall fail to make such report as provided in this 
section shall be dismissed by the superintendent of the academy upon the approval 
of the Secretary of the Navy. 

"Sec. 6. That this act shall take effect from the date of its approval, but no 
midshipman now connected with the United States Naval Academy shall, by 
reason of its enactment, be punished for any offense heretofore committed 
otherwise than in pursuance of the sentence of a court-martial if by existing 
law such sentence would be now necessary for such punishment or punished 
more severely than is now by law allowed for any offense heretofore committed r 
Provided, That any midshipman now in said Naval Academy may waive his 
right to trial by court-martial under existing law for any offense of hazing here- 
tofore committed and may accept punishment under the provisions of section 
two of this act." 



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By an act of Congress, June 29, 1906, it was provided that — 
"Hereafter, the Secretary of the Navy shall, as soon as possible after the first 
day of June of each year preceding the graduation of the midshipmen on the 
succeeding year, notify in writing each Senator, Representative, and Delegate 
in Congress of any vacancy that will exist at the Naval Academy because of 
such graduation, or that may occur for other reasons, and which he shall be 
entitled to fill by nomination of a candidate and one or more alternates therefor. 
The nomination of a candidate and alternate or alternates to fill said vacancy 
shall be made upon the recommendation of the Senator, Representative, or 
Delegate, if such recommendation is made by the fourth day of March of the 
year following that in which said notice in writing is given, but if it is not made 
by that time the Secretary of the Navy shall fill the vacancy by appointment of 
an actual resident of the State, congressional district, or Territory, as the case 
may be, in which the vacancy will exist, who shall have been for at least two 
years immediately preceding the date of his appointment an actual and bona 
fide resident of the State, congressional district, or Territory in which the vacancy 
will exist, and of legal qualification under the law as now provided. In cases 
where by reason of a vacancy in the membership of the Senate or House of 
Representatives or by the death or declination of a candidate for admission to 
the academy there occurs or is about to occur at the academy a vacancy from 
any State, district, or Territory that can not be filled by nomination as herein 
provided, the same may be filled as soon thereafter and before the final entrance 
examination for the year as the Secretary of the Navy may determine. The 
candidates allowed for the District of Columbia and all candidates appointed 
at large, together with alternates therefor, shall be selected by the President 
within the period herein prescribed for nomination of other candidates: Provided, 
That the President may select a candidate for the District of Columbia for the 
year nineteen hundred and eight. 

"No person shall be admitted for instruction at the Naval Academy at Annap- 
olis from any foreign country except upon authority of law hereafter enacted." 
By an act of Congress approved March 7, 1912, it was provided — 
"That the course at the Naval Academy shall be four years, and midshipmen 
on graduation shall be commissioned ensigns: Provided, That midshipmen now 
performing two years' service at sea in accordance with existing law shall be 
commissioned forthwith as ensigns from the date of the passage of this act: 
And provided, That those midshipmen of the class which was graduated in nine- 
teen hundred and nine, who have completed two years' service afloat, and who 
are due for promotion, shall be commissioned ensigns to take rank with the other 
members of their class, according to their standing as determined by their final 
multiples, respectively, for the six years' course, from the fifth day of June, 
nineteen hundred and eleven, the date of rank to which they were entitled prior 
to the passage of this act: And -provided further, That no back pay or allowances 
shall result by reason of the passage of this act." 

The class graduating from the Naval Academy June, 1912, was the first class 
to be graduated as ensigns. 

By an act of Congress approved July 9. 1913, it was provided — 
"That after June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, and until June 
thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nineteen, there shall be allowed at the Naval 
Academy two midshipmen for each Senator, Representative, and Delegate in 
Congress, one for Porto Rico, two for the District of Columbia, and ten appointed 
each year at large: Provided, That the midshipmen on graduation shall be com- 
missioned ensigns in the Navy or may be assigned by the Secretary of the Navy 
to fill vacancies in the lowest commissioned grades of the Marine Corps or Staff 
Corps of the Navy." 



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By an act of Congress passed June 30, 1914, it was provided — 

"Hereafter, in addition to the appointments of midshipmen to the United 
States Naval Academy as now prescribed by law, the Secretary of the Navy is 
allowed fifteen appointments annually from the enlisted men of the Navy who 
are citizens of the United States and not more than twenty years of age on the 
date of entrance to the Naval Academy, and who shall have served not less than 
one year as enlisted men on the date of entrance: Provided, That such appoint- 
ments shall be made in the order of merit from candidates who have in competi- 
tion with each other passed the mental examination now or hereafter required 
by law for entrance to the Naval Academy, and who passed the physical examina- 
tion required before entrance under existing law." 

An act of Congress approved February 15, 1916, reads as follows: 

"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That hereafter there shall be allowed at the 
United States Naval Academy three midshipmen for each Senator, Representa- 
tive, and Delegate in Congress, one for Porto Rico, two for the District of Colum- 
bia, ten appointed each year at large, and fifteen appointed annually from 
enlisted men of the Navy, as now authorized by law. 

"Sec. 2. That all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this 
act are hereby repealed." 

Public Resolution, No. 7, Sixty-fourth Congress, approved February 15, 1916, 
provides as follows: 

"Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy be, and he hereby 
is, authorized to permit Mr. Carlos Hevia y Reyes Gavilan, a citizen of Cuba, 
to receive instruction at the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis: Pro- 
vided, That no expense shall be caused to the United States thereby, and that 
the said Carlos Hevia y Reyes Gavilan shall agree to comply with all regula- 
tions for the police and discipline of the academy, to be studious, and to give 
his utmost efforts to accomplish the course in the various departments of instruc- 
tion, and that the said Carlos Hevia y Reyes Gavilan shall not be admitted 
to the academy until he shall have passed the mental and physical examinations 
prescribed for candidates from the United States, and that he shall be imme- 
diately withdrawn if deficient in studies, or conduct, and so recommended by 
the academic board." 

An act of Congress approved August 29, 1916, provides as follows: 

"Hereafter, in addition to the appointment of midshipmen to the United 
States Naval Academy, as now prescribed by law, the President is hereby allowed 
fifteen appointments annually instead of ten as now prescribed by law, and the 
Secretary of the Navy is allowed twenty-five appointments annually instead of 
fifteen as now prescribed by law, the latter to be appointed from the enlisted 
men of the Navy who are citizens of the United States, and not more than twenty 
years of age on the date of entrance to the Naval Academy, and who shall have 
served not less than one year as enlisted men on the date of entrance: Provided, 
That such appointments shall be made in the order of merit from candidates 
who have in competition with each other passed the mental examination now 
or hereafter required by law for entrance to the Naval Academy, and who passed 
the physical examinations required before entrance under existing laws. 

"That hereafter the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to permit not exceed- 
ing four Filipinos, to be designated, one for each class, by the Governor General 
of the Philippine Islands, to receive instruction at the United States Naval 
Academy at Annapolis, Maryland: Provided, That the Filipinos undergoing 
instruction, as herein authorized, shall receive the same pay, allowances, and 
emoluments, to be paid out of the same appropriations, and shall be subject to 



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the same rules and regulations governing admission, attendance, discipline, 
resignation, discharge, dismissal, and graduation as are authorized by law and 
regulation for midshipmen appointed from the United States, but the Filipino 
midshipmen herein authorized shall not be entitled to appointment to any com- 
missioned office in the United States Navy by reason of their graduation from 
the Naval Academy. 

u Provided further, That no midshipman at the United States Naval Academy 
or cadet at the United States Military Academy who fails to graduate therefrom 
shall be eligible for appointment as a commissioned officer in the Marine Corps 
until after the graduation of the class of which he was a member." 

An act of Congress approved March 4, 1917, provides as follows: 

''Hereafter, in addition to the appointment of midshipmen to the United 
States Naval Academy, as now prescribed by law, the Secretary of the Navy is 
allowed one hundred appointments annually instead of twenty-five as now pre- 
scribed by law, to be appointed from the enlisted men of the Navy who are 
citizens of the United States, and not more than twenty 3^ears of age on the date 
of entrance to the Naval Academy, and who shall have served not less than one 
year as enlisted men on the date of entrance: Provided, That such appointments 
shall be made in the order of merit from candidates who have, in competition 
with each other, passed the mental examination now or hereafter required by 
law for entrance to the Naval Academy, and who passed the physical examina- 
tion before entrance under existing laws. 

"The President, in his discretion, is authorized to reduce the course of instruc- 
tion at the Naval Academy from four to three years for a period of two years 
from the date of the approval of this act, and may during said two years graduate 
classes which have completed a three-year course." 

An act of Congress approved April 25, 1917, reads as follows: 

"AN ACT To increase the number of midshipmen at the Naval Academy until September first, nineteen 

hundred and eighteen 

"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That, in addition to the number of midshipmen 
now authorized by law, there shall be appointed during the period from the date 
of passage of this act until September first, nineteen hundred and eighteen, one 
additional midshipman for each Senator, Representative, and Delegate in Con- 
gress. Nominations shall be made for these vacancies by the Senators, Repre- 
sentatives, and Delegates concerned for any regular or special examination that 
may be ordered before that date." 

An act of Congress approved December 20, 1917, reads as follows: 
"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States 
of America in Congress assembled, That hereafter there shall be allowed at the 
United States Naval Academy five midshipmen for each Senator,, Representa- 
tive, and Delegate in Congress, one for Porto Rico, two for the District of Colum- 
bia, fifteen appointed each year at large, and one hundred appointed annually 
from enlisted men of the Navy, as now authorized by law. 

"Sec. 2. That all acts or parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this 
act are hereby repealed." 

An act of Congress approved April 2, 1918, reads as follows: 
"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States 
of America in Congress assembled, That the President be, and he is hereby, author- 
ized, until August first, nineteen hundred and twenty-one, to reduce, in his 
discretion, the course of instruction at the United States Naval Academy from 
four to three years and to graduate classes which have completed such reduced 
courses of instruction." 



10 HISTORICAL SKETCH 

The following classes were graduated in accordance with the act of Congress 
of April 2, 1918, authorizing a reduction in the course: 



Class 


Date graduated 


Members 
graduated 


1917 - - - 


Mar. 29, 1917 
June 28, 1917 
June 6, 1918 
June 6, 1919 
June 3, 1920 


182 


1918 -- -- 


199 


1919 ______ 


199 


\920 -- -- - - 


460 


.921 (first half) __ _ 


286 







On June 6, 1919, the class of 1921 was divided, and the first half, according to 
general merit for the third-class year, became the first class and continued the 
three years' course; the second half became the second class and resumed the 
four years' course. 

An act of Congress approved May 14, 1918, reads as follows: 

"AN ACT To fix the age limits for candidates for admission to the United States Naval Academy 

" Be it enacted by the Senate and Bouse of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That hereafter all candidates for admission to the 
Naval Academy must be not less than sixteen years of age nor more than twenty 
years of age on April first of the calendar year in which they enter the academy: 
Provided, That the foregoing shall not apply to candidates for midshipmen desig- 
nated for entrance to the academy in nineteen hundred and eighteen." 

An act of Congress approved July 11, 1919, reads as follows: 

"Section 1 of the act entitled 'An act to increase the number of midshipmen at 
the United States Xaval Academy,' approved December 20, 1917, is hereby 
amended so as to read as follows: That hereafter there shall be allowed at the 
United States Naval Academy five midshipmen for each Senator, Representative, 
Delegate in Congress, and Resident Commissioner from Porto Rico, and five for 
the District of Columbia, fifteen appointed each year at large, and one hundred 
appointed annually from enlisted men of the Navy, and members of the Naval 
Reserve Force on active duty, as now authorized by law." 

This act also provides that all midshipmen entering the Naval Academy subse- 
quent to June 1, 1919, shall be allowed mileage, at 5 cents per mile, while pro- 
ceeding from their homes to the Naval Academy for examination and appoint- 
ment as midshipmen, and that the pay of midshipmen shall hereafter be $780 
per annum. 

The following clause was contained in the deficiency act approved June 5, 1920: 

"That until otherwise provided by law no midshipman found deficient at the 
close of the last and succeeding academic terms shall be involuntarily discontinued 
at the Naval Academy or in the service unless he shall fail upon reexamination 
in the subjects in which found deficient at an examination to be held at the begin- 
ning of the next and succeeding academic terms, and the Secretary of the Navy 
shall provide for the special instruction of such midshipmen in the subjects in 
which found deficient during the period between academic terms." 

A clause in the naval appropriation bill, act of July 12, 1921, provides that a 
candidate for midshipman so desiring may receive a credit of $250 upon entrance 
toward defraying the entering expenses. 



HISTORICAL SKETCH 11 

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES FOR MIDSHIPMEN REGARDING ENTRANCE DEPOSIT 

Each candidate who has qualified mentally and physically must, before being 
admitted as a midshipman, deposit with the midshipmen's storekeeper the sum 
of $100, to be used in part payment to cover cost of uniforms, clothing, text- 
books, etc. The amount deposited is not refunded but is expended for cloth- 
ing and textbooks, which become the property of the midshipman. 

An act of Congress approved July 12, 1921, reads as follows: "Provided, That 
hereafter each new midshipman shall, upon admission to the Naval Academy, be 
credited with the sum of $250 to cover the cost of his initial clothing and equip- 
ment issue, to be deducted subsequently from his pay: Provided further , That the 
foregoing proviso shall apply to midshipmen who enter the Naval Academy 
during the period between June 20, 1921, and the date of the approval of this act." 
This sum is needed in addition to the $100 cash deposit referred to above to 
complete paying for the uniforms, clothing, textbooks, etc., required before a 
midshipman enters upon his studies. This amount is deducted from the mid- 
shipman's pay in monthly installments. Any midshipman may, however, imme- 
diately after entering the academy repay this amount in full from his own funds 
and thus obviate the necessity of having a certain amount deducted monthly 
from his pay for this purpose. It is urgently recommended that all those mid- 
shipmen financially able to do so make the repayment as soon as possible after 
entering the academy. 

An act providing for the readmission of certain deficient midshipmen to the 
United States Naval Academy, approved October 22, 1921, reads as follows: 

"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy is authorized, 
upon application, to admit to and reinstate in the United States Naval Academy, 
subject to examination as to physical qualifications, as provided by law, but waiv- 
ing the provisions of law as to age requirements, all former midshipmen at the 
United States Naval Academy found deficient at the end of the first term of the 
academic year 1920-21 whose resignations were asked for and received by the 
Superintendent of the Naval Academy : Provided, That they shall upon admission 
be placed in the class one year behind their former class in each case: Provided 
further, That said midshipmen affected by this act must signify their acceptance 
of the benefits thereof by presenting themselves for physical examination within 
one month of the date of its approval, and if found qualified will enter the Naval 
Academy immediately. 

"Sec. 2. That the clause in the act approved June 5, 1920 (Forty-first Statutes, 
p. 1028), entitled 'An act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in appro- 
priations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1920, and for other purposes,' which 
reads as follows: 'That until otherwise provided by law no midshipman found 
deficient at the close of the last and succeeding academic terms shall be involun- 
tarily discontinued at the Naval Academy or in the service unless he shall fail 
upon reexamination in the subjects in which found deficient at an examination 
to be held at the beginning of the next and succeeding academic terms, and the 
Secretary of the Navy shall provide for the special instruction of such midship- 
men in the subjects in which found deficient during the period between academic 
terms,' be, and the same hereby is, repealed, and section 1519 of the Revised 
Statutes restored to its full force and effect." 

Public Resolution No. 72, Sixty-seventh Congress, approved September 18, 
1922, provides as follows: 

"Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the. United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy be, and hereby 
is, authorized to permit Mr. Willem van Doom, a subject of the Netherlands, to 



12 HISTORICAL SKETCH 

receive instruction at the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis: Provided, 
That no expense shall be caused to the United States thereby, and that the said 
Willem van Doom shall agree to comply with all regulations for the police and 
discipline of the academy, to be studious, and to give his utmost efforts to accom- 
plish the course in the various departments of instruction, and that the said 
Willem van Doom shall not be admitted to the academy until he shall have 
passed the mental and physical examinations prescribed for candidates from the 
United States, and that he shall be immediately withdrawn if deficient in studies 
or conduct and so recommended by the academic board." 

An act of Congress approved January 22, 1923, reads as follows: 
"That no part of this appropriation shall be available for the pay of any mid-, 
shipmen whose admission, subsequent to the class entering the Naval Academy 
next after the approval of this act, would result in exceeding at any time an 
allowance of three midshipmen for each Senator, Representative, and Delegate, 
in Congress; of one midshipman for Porto Rico, a native of the island, appointed 
on nomination of the governor, and of one midshipman from Porto Rico, 
appointed on the nomination of the Resident Commissioner; and of two midship- 
men for the District of Columbia: Provided further, That nothing herein shall be. 
construed to repeal or modify in any way existing laws relative to the appoint-, 
ment of midshipmen at large or from the enlisted personnel of the naval service." 
An act of Congress approved May 28, 1924, reads as follows: 
"That no part of this appropriation shall be available for the pay of any mid-, 
shipmen whose admission subsequent to February 9, 1924, would result in 
exceeding at any time an allowance of three midshipmen for each Senator, 
Representative, and Delegate in Congress; of one midshipman for Porto Rico, 
a native of the island, appointed on nomination of the governor, and of two 
midshipmen from Porto Rico appointed on nomination of the Resident Com- 
missioner; and of two midshipmen for the District of Columbia: Provided 
further, That nothing herein shall be construed to repeal or modify in any way 
existing laws relative to the appointment of midshipmen at large or from the. 
enlisted personnel of the naval service." 

An act of Congress approved February 11, 1925, reads as follows: 
"That no part of this appropriation shall be available for the pay of any 
midshipmen whose admission subsequent to December 13, 1924, would result in 
exceeding at any time an allowance of three midshipmen for each Senator, Repre- 
sentative, and Delegate in Congress; of one midshipman for Porto Rico, a native, 
of the island, appointed on nomination of the governor, and of two midshipmen 
from Porto Rico, appointed on nomination of the Resident Commissioner; and 
of two midshipmen for the District of Columbia: Provided further, That nothing 
herein shall be construed to repeal or modify in any way existing laws relative, 
to the appointment of midshipmen at large or from the enlisted personnel of the. 
naval service." 

An act of Congress approved February 28, 1925, reads as follows: 
"That hereafter the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to appoint midship^ 
men to the Naval Academy from the enlisted men of the Naval Reserve and 
Marine Corps Reserve under similar conditions as prescribed by law for appoint-, 
ments from enlisted men of the Navy : Provided, That not more than twenty-five 
midshipmen shall be appointed in any one year under the authority contained 
in this section." (Sec. 8, Public No. 512— H. R. 9634.) 

An act of Congress approved May 21, 1926, reads as follows: 
"That no part of this appropriation shall be available for the pay of any mid- 
shipmen whose admission subsequent to January 13, 1926, would result in 
exceeding at any time an allowance of three midshipmen for each Senator, Repre- 
sentative, and Delegate in Congress; of one midshipman for Porto Rico, a native 



HISTORICAL SKETCH 13 

of the island, appointed on nomination of the governor, and of three midshipmen 
from Porto Rico, appointed on nomination of the Resident Commissioner; and 
of two midshipmen for the District of Columbia : Provided further, That nothing 
herein shall be construed to repeal or modify in any way existing laws relative 
to the appointment of midshipmen at large from the enlisted personnel of the 
naval service or from the Naval Reserve: And provided further, That in computing 
for any purpose the length of service of any officer of the Navy, of the Marine 
Corps, of the Coast Guard, of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, or of the Public 
Health Service, who was appointed to the United States Naval Academy or to 
the United States Military Academy after March 4, 1913, the time spent at 
either academy shall not be counted." 

An act of Congress approved June 8, 1926, reads as follows: 
"That the number of cadets now authorized by law at the United States 
Military Academy, and the number of midshipmen now authorized by law at 
the United States Naval Academy, are each hereby increased by forty from the 
United States at large, to be appointed by the President from among the sons 
of officers, soldiers, sailors, and marines of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps 
of the United States who were killed in action or died prior to July 2, 1921, of 
wounds or injuries received or disease contracted in line of duty during the 
World War: Provided, That one-half shall be appointed from among the sons 
of officers, and one-half from among the sons of warrant officers, soldiers, sailors, 
and marines of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps." (Public Act 348.) 
An act of Congress approved February 26, 1927, reads as follows: 
"That the act entitled 'An act to fix the age limits for candidates for admission 
to the United States Naval Academy/ approved May 14, 1918, be amended by 
the addition of the following proviso: 'Provided further, That the foregoing shall 
not be held to exclude the admission of a candidate the twentieth anniversary of 
whose birth occurs on the 1st day of April of the calendar year in which he shall 
enter.'" 

An act of Congress approved May 21, 1928, reads as follows: 
"That no part of this appropriation shall be available for the pay of any mid- 
shipmen whose admission subsequent to March 21, 1928, would result in exceeding 
at any time an allowance of four midshipmen for each Senator, Representative, 
and Delegate in Congress; of one midshipman for Porto Rico, a native of the 
island, appointed on nomination of the governor, and of four midshipmen from 
Porto Rico, appointed on nomination of the Resident Commissioner; and of two 
midshipmen for the District of Columbia: Provided further, That nothing herein 
shall be construed to repeal or modify in any way existing laws relative to the 
appointment of midshipmen at large, from the enlisted personnel of the naval 
service, or from the Naval Reserve." 

An act of Congress approved May 28, 1928, reads as follows: 
11 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That hereafter there shall be allowed at the 
United States Naval Academy, in addition to those allowed by existing law, 
midshipmen appointed at large by the Vice President of the United States, 
equivalent in number to those allowed for each United States Senator." 
An act of Congress approved June 8, 1928, reads as follows: 
"Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of 
America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Navy is authorized and 
directed to reinstate Larry Cardwell in the United States Naval Academy, of 
which he was a midshipman at the time of his discharge on November 19, 1926; 
the said Larry Cardwell to become a member of the class of 1930 on the date of 
reinstatement, and to be accorded all rights, privileges, and benefits to which he 
would have been entitled had he not been so discharged." 
1501—28 2 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE UNITED 
NAVAL ACADEMY 



STATES 



Assumed command 

Commander Franklin Buchanan Sept. 3, 1845 

Commander George P. Upshur Mar. 15, 1847 

Commander Cornelius K. Stribling July 1, 1850 

Commander Louis M. Goldsborough Nov. 1, 1853 

Capt. George S. Blake Sept. 15, 1857 

Rear Admiral David D. Porter Sept. 9, 1865 

Commodore John L. Worden Dec. 1, 1869 

Rear Admiral Christopher R. P. Rodgers Sept. 22, 1874 

Commodore Foxhall A. Parker July 1, 1878 

Rear Admiral George B. Balch Aug. 2, 1879 

Rear Admiral Christopher R. P. Rodgers June 13, 1881 

Capt. Francis M. Ramsay Nov. 14, 1881 

Commander William T. Sampson Sept. 9, 1886 

Capt. Robert L. Phythian June 13, 1890 

Capt. Philip H. Cooper Nov. 15, 1894 

Rear Admiral Frederick V. McNair July 15, 1898 

Commander Richard Wainwright Mar. 15, 1900 

Capt. Willard H. Brownson Nov. 6, 1902 

Rear Admiral James H. Sands July 1, 1905 

Capt. Charles J. Badger July 15, 1907 

Capt. John M. Bowyer June 10, 1909 

Capt. John H. Gibbons May 15, 1911 

Capt. William F. FuUam Feb. 7, 1914 

Capt. Edward W. Eberle Sept. 20, 1915 

Capt. Archibald H. Scales Feb. 12, 1919 

Rear Admiral Henry B. Wilson July 5, 1921 

Rear Admiral Louis M. Nulton Feb. 23,1925 

Rear Admiral Samuel S. Robison June 16, 1928 

14 






BOARD OF VISITORS 



BY THE PRESIDENT 



Mr. C. D. Cass. 

Mr. Charles H. Dennis. 

Honorable Luke Lea. 1 

Mr. Walter M. McFarland. 



Mr. Charles G. Brainard. 

Rear Admiral Hilary P. Jones, U. S. N, 

(retired). 2 
Dr. Robert A. Millikan. 



BY THE VICE PRESIDENT 



Senator Frederick Hale. 1 
Senator David I. Walsh. 1 
Senator Frederick Stehver. 



Senator Millard E. Tydings. 1 
Senator Charles W. Waterman. 1 



BY THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE 



Representative Thomas S. Butler. 1 
Representative Roy O. Woodruff. 1 
Representative Florence P. Kahn. 



Representative George R. Stobbs. 
Representative Hatton W. Sumners. 
Representative Parker Corning. 1 



Commander C. G. West, United States Navy, 
Secretary to Board of Visitors. 



Were not present. 



2 Chairman. 



15 



ACADEMIC CALENDAR, 1928-29 



1928 

September 28 Beginning of first term Friday. 

1929 

February 4 Beginning of second term Monday. 

February 13 Examination of candidates Wednesday. 

April 17 do Do. 

May 29 End of academic year Do. 

May 30 to June 6 Graduation week Thursday to 

Thursday. 

June 6 Graduation day Thursday. 

June 7 Beginning of summer term Friday. 

September 26 End of summer term Thursday. 

September 27 Beginning of academic year 1929-30 Friday. 

The academic months for 1928-29 will end as follows: 



FIRST TERM 

October October 27. 

November November 24. 

December December 22. 

January February 2. 



SECOND TERM 

February March 2. 

March March 30. 

April April 27. 

May May 29. 



Holidays : 

Thanksgiving, Thursday, November 29, 1928. 

Christmas holiday, December 22, 1928, to January 1, 1929. 

Washington's Birthday, Friday, February 22, 1929. 

Decoration Day, Thursday, May 30, 1929. 
Lent: 

Ash Wednesday, February 13. 

Good Friday, March 29. 

Easter Sunday, March 31. 
Date for Board of Visitors, April 29-May 2 (inclusive). 

16 



Calenbar for 1928 anb 1929 



BOLD FIGURES 


DENOTE END 


OF ACADEMIC 


MONTH 




SEPTEMBER 


APRIL 


su. 


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30 








OCTOBER 


MAY 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 








1 


2 


3 


4 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


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5 


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8 9 


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17 


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28 


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30 


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AUGUST 






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2 


3 


4 


5 


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6 


7 


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9 


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15 


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20 


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20 


21 


22 


23 I 24 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 






25 26 


27 


28 


29 


30 I 31 


FEBRUARY 


SEPTEMBER 












1 


2 


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2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


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5 


6 


7 


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OCTOBER 












1 


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17 



DEPARTMENTAL ASSIGNMENTS OF OFFICERS 
AND CIVILIAN INSTRUCTORS ATTACHED TO 
THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY, 1928-29 



Rear Admiral Samuel S. Robison, Superintendent. 

Capt. John H. Newton, Aide, In Charge of Buildings and Grounds. 

Lieut. Commander Harry G. Patrick, Aide for Academic Activities and Secretary 

to Academic Board. 
Lieut. Commander Albert H. Rooks, Aide to Superintendent. 
Lieut. Commander Homer W. Graf, Assistant to Aide in Charge of Buildings and 

Grounds. 
Mr. Peter H. Magruder, Secretary, Naval Academy. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



Capt. Charles P. Snyder, Comman- 
dant of Midshipmen. 

Commander Roland M. Brainard. 

Commander Thaddeus A. Thomson, 
Jr. 

Commander Fred T. Berry. 

Commander Alger H. Dresel. 

Lieut. Commander Charlton E. Bat- 
tle, Jr. 

Lieut. Commander Morton L. Deyo. 

Lieut. Commander Benjamin F. Perry. 

Lieut. Commander Leon S. Fiske. 

Lieut. Harold L. Challenger. 

Lieut. Edwin D. Graves. 

Lieut. Oswald S. Colclough. 

Lieut. Carlton R. Todd. 

Lieut. Leo L. Pace. 

Lieut. Sterling T. Cloughley. 



Lieut. John P. Womble, Jr. 

Lieut. Ralston B. Vanzant. 

Capt. Brantz Mayer (S. C), Midship- 
men's Commissary Officer. 

Commander Smith Hempstone (S. C), 
Midshipmen' s Storekeeper and Pay 
Officer. 

Lieut. Theodore M. Stock (S. C), 
Assistant to Midshipmen's Commis- 
sary Officer. 

Lieut. Herman F. Gingrich (S. C), 
in charge of Navy Commissary Store. 

Lieut. Everett W. Brown (S. C), 
Assistant to Midshipmen's Commis- 
sary Officer. 

Chief Pay Clerk Merle W. Shumate, 
Navy Commissary Store. 

Asst. Prof. Joseph W. Crosley. 



DEPARTMENT OF SEAMANSHIP AND FLIGHT TACTICS 



Commander William S. Farber. 

Commander David I. Hedrick. 

Lieut. Commander James R. Barry. 

Lieut. Commander William N. Rich- 
ardson, Jr. 

Lieut. Commander Bolivar V. Meade. 

Lieut. Commander Clarkson J. 
Bright. 

Lieut. Commander Julian B. Timber- 
lake, Jr. 

Lieut. Commander Thomas F. Downey. 

Lieut. Commander Karl R. Shears. 
18 



Mc- 



Lieut. Commander Andrew C. 
Fall. 

Lieut. Commander Robert B. Mat- 
thews. 

Lieut. Vernon F. Grant. 

Lieut. Robert L. Mitten. 

Lieut. Sydney S. Bunting. 

Lieut. Joseph C. Hubbard. 

Lieut. John A. Upshur. 

Lieut. Jennings Courts. 

Chief Boatswain William P. Arrow- 
smith. 



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DEPARTMENT OF ORDNANCE AND GUNNERY 



Commander William T. Smith. 

Commander Oscar Smith. 

Lieut. Commander John R. Palmer. 

Lieut. Commander John H. Bu- 
chanan. 

Lieut. Commander William A. Corn. 

Lieut. Commander Robert H. Maury. 

Lieut. Commander Theodore T. Pat- 
terson. 

Lieut. Thomas R. Cooley. 



Lieut. Van Fitch Rathbun. 
Lieut. Maurice E. Van Cleave. 
Lieut. Theodore G. Haff. 
Lieut. Edwin W. Schell. 
Lieut. Nicholas B. Van Bergen. 
Lieut. William V. Hamilton. 
Lieut. Geoffrey E. Sage. 
Lieut. (J. G.) William B. Ault. 
Chief Gunner Walter J. Love. 



DEPARTMENT OF NAVIGATION 



Capt. Roscoe C. MacFall. 
Commander Robert E. Rogers. 
Commander Granville B. Hoey. 
Commander Williams C. Wickham. 
Lieut. Commander Walden L. Ains- 

WORTH. 

Lieut. Commander Miles P. Refo, Jr. 
Lieut. Commander Horace D. Clarke. 
Lieut. Commander Edwin S. Earn- 
hardt. 



Lieut. Victor C. Barringer, Jr. 
Lieut. William A. S. Macklin. 
Lieut. Ralph C. Alexander. 
Lieut. Morgan C. Barrett. 
Lieut. Thomas O. Cullins, Jr. 
Lieut. Burns Macdonald, Jr. 
Lieut. Elmer L. Tarbutton. 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING AND AERONAUTICS 



Co mander George M. Ravens- 
croft. 

Commander George B. Keester. 

Lieut. Commander Jay L. Kerley. 

Lieut. Commander Lawrence P. 
Bischoff. 

Lieut. Commander Daniel E. Barbey. 

Lieut. Commander James E. Boak. 

Lieut. Commander Frank P. Thomas. 

Lieut. Commander Wallis Gearing. 

Lieut. Commander Hugh G. El- 
dredge. 

Lieut. Commander Cornelius W. 
Flynn. 

Lieut. Commander Chester E. Lew s. 

Lieut. Commander Isaac Schlossbach. 

Lieut. Commander John J. Mahoxey. 

Lieut. Commander Nelson N. Gates. 

Lieut. Commander Cassin Young. 

Lieut. Commander Houston L. 
Maples. 

Lieut. Julian D. Wilson. 



Lieut. Ernest H. Krueger. 

Lieut. John F. Gillon. 

Lieut. Jewett P. Moncure. 

Lieut. Charles F. Erck. 

Lieut. Delamer L. Jones. 

Lieut. Harry L. Bixby. 

Lieut. Charles W. Roland. 

Lieut. William R. Cooke. 

Lieut. Thomas M. Dell, Jr. 

Lieut. Joseph R. Barbaro. 

Lieut. George G. Herring, Jr. 

Lieut. Wiley N. Hand. 

Commander Theodore W. Johnson 

(Math.) 
Lieut. George C. Calnax (C. C). 
Lieut. Ralph E. McShane (C. C). 
Lieut. Oliver D. Colvix, Jr. (C. C). 
Lieut. Richmond K. Kelly (C. C). 
Chief Machinist Louis J. Kreixbihl. 
Professor Clarence B. Bolgiaxo. 
Asso. Prof. William E. Farrell. 
Asso. Prof. George Bexeze. 



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OFFICERS AND CIVILIAN INSTRUCTORS 



DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS 



Commander HexeyE. Rossell iC. C). 

Commander Herbert L. Rice (Math.). 

Lieut. Commander Allen G. Quynn. 

Lieut. Oscar H. Holtmann. 

Lieut. Benjamin L. Hailey. 

Lieut. James C. Pollock. 

Lieut. Pall E. Howard. 

Lieut. Delwyn Hyatt. 

Lieut. Justin H. Dickixs. 

Prof. Charles L. Leiper. 

Prof. Pact Caprox. 

Prof. James B. Eppes. 

Prof.,. J ames X. Galloway. 

Prof.. Alexander Dillixgham. 

Prof. Guy R. Clemexts. 



Prof. Hexry M. Robert, Jr. 
Asso. Prof. Levi T. Wilson. 
Asso. Prof. Johx Tyler. 
Asso. Prof. James B. Scarborough. 
Asso. Prof. Reginald C. Lamb. 
Asso. Prof. Eugene S. Mayer. 
Asst. Prof. William A. Conrad. 
Asst. Prof. Lyman M. Keels. 
Instructor James R. Bland. 
Instructor Willis F. Kern. 
Instructor J. Frederick Baier. 
Instructor Harry J. Winslow. 
Instructor George A. Lyle. 
Instructor Herman C. Stotz. 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND PHYSICS 



Capt. John N. Ferguson. 
Commander Francis W. Rockwell. 
Commander Daniel A. McElduff. 
Lieut. Commander Donald B. Beary. 
Lieut. Commander Norman Scott. 
Lieut. Commander James C. Clark. 
Lieut. Commander Louis P. Wenzell. 
Lieut. Commander Edw. J. O'Keefe. 
Lieut. Commander Elroy L. Vander- 

kloot. 
Lieut. Commander John L. Hill. 
Lieut. Commander Melville C. Par- 

tello. 
Lieut. Commander William M. Fech- 

TELER. 

Lieut. Commander Arnold H. Bate- 
man. 

Lieut. Commander George P. Brews- 
ter. 

Lieut. Commander Robert G. Tobin. 

*Lieut. Commander Walter C. Cal- 
houn. 

Lieut. Commander Lester J. Hudson. 

Lieut. Commander Staxwix G. May- 
field. Jr. 



Lieut. Francis W. Bexsox. 
Lieut. Carl W. Brewixgtox. 
Lieut. Edward F. McCartix. 
Lieut. James W. Whitfield. 
Lieut. Ralph H. Hexkle. 
Lieut. Thomas J. Haffey. 
Lieut. William L. Wright. 
Lieut. Earl L. Sackett. 
Lieut. Edmuxd T. Wooldridge. 
Lieut. Charles Wilkes. 
Lieut. Gordox B. Parks. 
Lieut. Johx F. Grube. 
Lieut. Marion C. Thompsox. 
Lieut. Edward I. McQuiston. 
Lieut. Willard R. Gaines. 
Commander Paul J. Dashiell (Math.). 
Lieut. Commander Richard M. Rush 

(C, C). 
Lieut. DeWitt C. Redgrave, Jr. 

(C. C). 
Radio Electrician Dee A. Merritt. 
Asso. Prof. Gordon D. Robinson. 
Asso. Prof. John C. Gray. 
Asso. Prof. David G. Howard. 
Asso. Prof. Earl W. Thomson. 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH 



Prof. Carroll S. Alden. 
Prof. Allan F. Westcott. 
Lieut. Leonard B. Austin, 
Lieut. William S. Heath. 
Lieut. Wade DeWeese. 
Lieut. William A. Gorry. 
Lieut. John G. Burrow. 



Lieut. William E. Makosky. 
Lieut. Jasper T. Acuff. 
Lieut. Francis J. Firth. 
Lieut. James H. Mc Williams. 
Prof. Walter B. Norris. 
Asso. Prof. Howard McCormick. 
Asso. Prof. Henry F. Sturdy. 



On duty at St. John's College with Naval Reserve unit. 



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Asso. Prof. Charles L. Lewis. 
Asso. Prof. Royal S. Pease. 
Asso. Prof. Roderick S. Merrick. 
Asst. Prof. William A. Darden. 
Asst. Prof. William K. Doty. 



Asst. Prof. Fred I. Myers. 
Instructor Howard P. Kelsey. 
Instructor Richard S. West, Jr. 
Instructor Robert H. James. 
Instructor Hugh R. Fitch. 



DEPARTMENT OF MODERN LANGUAGES 



Capt. George V. Stewart. 
Commander Clyde G. West. 
Lieut. Commander James G. Ware. 
Lieut. Ion Pursell. 
Lieut. George F. Mentz. 
Lieut. William A. P. Martin. 
Lieut. Myron A. Baber. 
Lieut. Harley F. Cope. 
Lieut. Rowland D. Hill, Jr. 
Lieut. Samuel W. DuBois. 
Lieut. Edmund Kirby-Smith, Jr. 
Lieut. George E. Nold, 



Prof. Arturo Fernandez. 
Prof. William E. Olivet. 
Prof. Molton A. Colton. 
Asso. Prof. Lucien R. Fournon. 
Asso. Prof. Joseph M. Purdie. 
Asso. Prof. Clarence V. Fowler. 
Asso. Prof. Henry Bluestone. 
Asst. Prof. Daniel Jordan. 
Asst. Prof. Paul A. Lajoye. 
Asst. Prof. Homer B. Winchell. 
Instructor George E. Starnes. 
Instructor Edmund Caskie. 



DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL TRAINING 



Commander Jonas H. Ingram. 
Commander Samuel S. Payne. 
Lieut. Commander Oliver O. Kessing. 
Lieut. Commander Joseph E. Mal- 

comson (M. C.). 1 
Ensign Jacob C. Schwab. 2 
Ensign Thomas J. Hamilton. 2 
Ensign Arthur S. Born. 2 
Ensign Harry J. Hardwick. 2 
Ensign Robert W. W t ood. 2 
Chief Instructor Louis H. Mang. 



Asst. Chief Instructor George Heintz. 
Asst. Chief Instructor John Schutz. 
Instructor Frank J. Sazama. 
Instructor Henry Ortland, Jr. 
Instructor John N. Wilson. 
Instructor Tom G. Taylor. 
Instructor Hamilton M. Webb. 
Instructor Joseph W. Graham. 
Instructor Frank L. Foster. 
Instructor Walter Aamold. 
Instructor Charles S. Walsh . 



DEPARTMENT OF HYGIENE 

Capt. James C Pryor (M. C.) 

YARD MEDICAL 



Capt. James C. Pryor (M. C). 
Commander Alfred J. Toulon(M.C). 
Commander John B. Pollard (M. C). 
Lieut. Commander Edwin D. Mc- 

Morries (M. C). 
Lieut. Commander William E. 

Crooks (M. C). 
Lieut. Commander John T. Stringer 

(M. C). 
Lieut. Commander John R. Barber 

(D. C). 

i Additional duty in department of hygiene 



Lieut. Frank A. Hughes (M. C). 
Lieut. John M. Bachulus (M. C). 
Lieut. John L. McCarthy (D. C). 
Lieut. Theodore D. Allan (D. C). 
Lieut. (J. G.) Eric B. Hoag (D. C). 
Lieut. (J. G.) Alfred Dinsmore 

(D. C). 
Lieut. (J. G.) James L. Frisby (D. C). 
Chief Pharmacist Chester O. Kim- 



Temporary duty as coaches. 



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OFFICERS AND CIVILIAN INSTRUCTORS 



Asst. Prof. Richard J. Duval. 



LIBRARY 

[ Asst. Librarian Louis H. Bolander. 



CURATOR 

Prof. Herman F. Krafft 3 

POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL 



Capt. Albert T. Church 

Commander John C. Hilliard. 

Lieut. Commander Richard H. 
Knight. 

Lieut. Commander Walter A. Hicks. 

Lieut. Commander Leon B. Scott. 

Lieut. Commander William H. Pop- 
ham. Jr. 

Lieut. Commander Forrest B. Royal. 

Lieut. Commander William F. Loyen- 
thal. 

Lieut. Commander Byron S. Dague. 

Lieut. Commander Bruce P. Flood. 



Prof. Ralph E. Root. 

Prof. Albert F. Wagner. 

Prof. Paul J. Kiefer. 

Prof. Charles C. Bramble. 

Asso. Prof. Dennis Kavanaugh, Jr. 

Asso. Prof. Charles H. Rawlins. 

Asso. Prof. Ralph S. Wilbur. 

Asst. Prof. G. Robert Giet. 

Asst. Prof. Charles V. O. Terwilli- 

ger. 
Asst. Prof. Norman E. Woldman. 
Asst. Prof. Paul E. Hemke. 
Asst. Prof. William H. Crew. 



STUDENT OFFICERS— POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL 



Lieut. Commander Ralph S. Went- 

WORTH. 

Lieut. Commander Walter W. Webb. 
Lieut. Commander William J. For- 

restel. 
Lieut. Commander Thomas V. Cooper. 
Lieut. William G. Ludlow. Jr. 
Lieut. Harold F. Ely. 
Lieut. William W. Warlick. 
Lieut. Bronson P. Vosbury. 
Lieut. Wilber M. Lockhart. 
Lieut. George W. Johnson. 
Lieut. William H. Hartt, Jr. 
Lieut. Christopher C. Miller. 
Lieut. Charles D. Leffler, Jr. 
Lieut. Ross P. White marsh. 
Lieut. Leroy W. Busbey, Jr. 
Lieut. James B. Sykes. 
Lieut. Donald M. Mackey. 
Lieut. William N. Thornton. 
Lieut. Albert M. Wright. 
Lieut. Delmer S. Fahrney. 
Lieut. Robert W. Bockius. 
Lieut. William H. Bur acker. 
Lieut. Oscar A. Weller. 
Lieut. William J. Strother. Jr. 
Lieut. Wendell G. Switzer. 
Lieut. Walter F. Boone. 
Lieut. Heber H. McLean. 
Lieut. William G. Buch. 

J Additional duty in department of English. 



Lieut. Kenneth C. Caldwell. 
Lieut. Ralph B. Hunt. 
Lieut. Roy M. Signer. 
Lieut. William G. Lalor. 
Lieut Ralph R. Stogsdall, Jr. 
Lieut. Silas B. Moore. 
Lieut. Boynton L. Braun. 
Lieut. William G. Forbes. 
Lieut. David E. Carl on. 
Lieut. James S. Freeman. 
Lieut. Lorenzo S. Sabin, Jr. 
Lieut. Joseph A. Connolly. 
Lieut. Campbell D. Emory. 
Lieut. Walter G. Schindler. 
Lieut. Ward C. Gilbert. 
Lieut. John S. Crenshaw. 
Lieut. Robert E. Jasperson. 
Lieut. Edwin M. Crouch. 
Lieut. Leo J. McGowan. 
Lieut. (J. G.) William S. Parsons 
Lieut. Bruce B. Adell. 
Lieut. Kenneth L. Forster. 
Lieut. John C. Lester. 
Lieut. John H. Shultz. 
Lieut. Robert E. Blick, Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Marion E. Murphy. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Clarence E. Voegeli. 
Lieut. (J. .) Ralph C. Kephart. 
Lieut (J. G.) Archibald E. Ueh- 
linger. 



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Lieut. (J. G.) Charles J. Cater. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Albert J. Kastner. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Robert W. Morse. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Edward A. Solomons. 
Lieut. (J. G.) John S. Hedrick. 
Lieut. (J. G.) O en Rees. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Frederick L. Riddle. 
Lieut (J. G.) Chauncey Moore. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Lloyd D. Follmer. 
Lieut. (J. G.) George T. Boldizsar. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Peter J. Neimo. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Ed ard H. Pierce. 
Lieut. (J. G.) John E. Murphy. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Henry E. Eccles. 

Lieut. (J. G.) WORTHINGTON S. BlTLER. 

Lieut. (J. G.) Alexander F. Junker. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Kenneth M. McLaren. 
Lieut. (J. G.) F ederic S. Withing- 

TON. 

Lieut. (J. G.) William B. Ammon. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Roland N. Smoot. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Paul C. Wirtz. 
Lieut. (J. G.) William H. VonDreele, 

Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Frank V. Rigler. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Harry H. Keith. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Stewart Lindsay. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Harry T. Chase. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Harold D. Krick. 
Lieut. (J. G.) LeMerton E. Crist, Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Harold N. Williams. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Elbert L. Fryberger. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Gordon J. Crosby. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Robert L. Dennison. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Roland M. Huebl. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Daniel F. J. Shea. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Claude H. Bennett, Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) William K. Menden- 

hall, Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Richard M. Scruggs. 



Lieut. (J. G.) Frederick A. Edwards. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Peter W. Haas, Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) John S. Keating. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Fred W. Walton. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Henry G. Moran. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Joseph E. Chapman. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Thomas E. Boyce. 
Lieut. (J. G.) William M. Hayns- 

worth, Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Pleasant D. Gold, Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Thomas J. Casey. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Wendell S. Taylor. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Guy M. Neely. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Horace C. Robison. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Marvin P. Kingsley. 
Lieut. (J. G.) William A. Bowers. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Edward R. Sperry. 
Lieut. (J. G.) John A. Morrow. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Thomas A. Turner, Jr. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Kenneth Earl. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Howard T. Orville. 
Ensign William W. Anderson, Jr. 
Ensign James H. Rodgers. 
Ensign Oscar Stiegler. 
Ensign Francis X. Forest. 
Ensign George C. Weaver. 
Ensign James M. Lane. 
Ensign John E. Faigle. 
Ensign Wesley H. Randig. 
Ensign Archibald D. Hunter. 
First Lieut. Randolph P. Williams, 

Air Corps, U. S. Army. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Ramiro F. Araoz, Cuban 

Navy. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Armando Caballin, 

Cuban Navy. 
Lieut. (J. G.) A. Escoto Martin, 

Cuban Navy. 
Lieut. (J. G.) Jose A. Hernandez 

Roger, Cuban Navy. 



YARD CHAPLAINS 

Capt. Sydney K. Evans (Ch. C). | Lieut. William H. Rafferty (Ch. C). 



MARINE BARRACKS 



Maj. Philip H. Torrey, U. S. M. C. 
First Lieut. John W. Beckett, U. S. 

M. C. 4 
First Lieut. Charles S, Finch, 

U. S. M. C. 

4 Duty in department of physical training. 



Second Lieut. 

U. S. M. C. 
Second Lieut. 

U. S. M. C. 



Harold G. Newhart, 



Frank H. Wirsig, 



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U. S. S. "REINA MERCEDES," STATION SHIP 



Capt. William F. Halsey, Jr. 
Lieut. Laurie C. Parfitt. 
Lieut. Mason E. Mitchell (S. C). 
Chief Boatswain Jerry C. Holmes. 



Chief Boatswain Thomas 0. Kirbt. 
Chief Machinist Walter H. Wilson. 
Chief Carpenter James S. Jones. 
Chief Pay Clerk William H. Gardner. 



SUPPLY OFFICE 



Capt. Charles W. Eliason, (S. C), 
Lieut. Earl F. Codding, (S. C). 



Chief Pay Clerk George W. Dean. 



NAVAL HOSPITAL 



Capt. Arthur W. Dunbar (M. C). 
Capt. Addison B. Clifford (M. C). 
Capt. Thurlow W. Reed (M. C). 
Commander William L. Irvine 

(M. C.) 
Lieut. Earle E. Sullivan (M. C). 



Lieut. Rob R. Doss (M. C). 
Lieut. Lloyd R. Newhouser (M. C). 
Chief Pharmacist Clyde E. Snider. 
Chief Pharmacist Edward A. Rozea. 
Pharmacist John P. T. Bennett. 



ENGINEERING EXPERIMENT STATION 



Capt. Henry C. Dinger. 

Lieut. Commander George K. Weber. 



Lieut. Richard O. Williams. 
Lieut. John F. Murphy. 



NAVAL RADIO STATION (HIGH POWER) 
Lieut. Henry D. Baggett. I Radio Electrician Luke W. Dufresne. 



ACADEMIC BOARD 



The Superintendent. 
The Commandant op Midshipmen. 
The Head of the Department of 
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The Head of the Department of 
The Head of the Department of 
The Head of the Department of 
The Head of the Department of 



Seamanship and Flight Tactics. 

Ordnance and Gunnery. 

Navigation. 

Engineering and Aeronautics. 

Mathematics. 

Electrical Engineering and Physics, 

English. 

Modern Languages. 

Hygiene. 

Physical Training. 

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PRACTICE CRUISE, 1928 

There was no regular Naval Academy practice squadron for the summer prac- 
tice cruise, 1928. 

Officers and midshipmen detailed for the practice cruise embarked on June 8, 
1928, and disembarked August 29, 1928. 

The midshipmen of the first, second, and third classes were assigned to the 
following ships of battleship division 2, Scouting Fleet: Arkansas (flagship), 
Florida, 1 and Utah. 

The itinerary of the midshipmen's practice cruise was as follows: 



Place 



Annapolis, Md 

Joint Army and Navy exercise 

Newport, R. I 

New York, N. Y 

Boston, Mass. (Utah) 

Boston, Mass. (Arkansas, Florida). 

Rockland, Me. (Utah) 

Portland, Me. (Arkansas, Florida). 

Rockport, Mass. (Utah) 

Guantanamo Bay 2 

Annapolis, Md 



Arrival 



June 13. 
June 14. 
June 30. 
July 18_ 
__do.__ 



July 24_. 
July 26.. 
July 31.. 
Aug. 8__ 
Aug. 28 _ 



Departure 



June 8. 
June 14. 
June 21. 
July 6. 
July 23. 
July 24. 
July 30. 
Aug. 2. 

Do. 
Aug. 23. 



1 4 reserve midshipmen from St. John's College, Annapolis, Md. 
Florida. 

2 Prepare and conduct target practice. 

1501—28 3 



were assigned to the U. 



29 



MERIT ROLLS FOR 1927-28 



Merit rolls, made out annually for each class, show the proficiency of the 
midshipmen in each branch of study. The numbers given in the table, showing 
the relative weight of the different branches, are used as coefficients, the final 
mark in each branch (on a scale of 4) being multiplied by the number assigned to 
that branch. The sum of the products, after adding the multiple for discipline, 
is the final mark of the midshipmen for the year. 

In the graduating merit roll the final standing for the course is determined by 
the sum of the yearly multiples. 

Midshipmen who attain 85 per cent of the multiple for a year shall be dis- 
tinguished by a star affixed to their names on the annual merit rolls. (Regu- 
lations, U. S. Naval Academy, 1923, par. i67.) 

The diplomas of midshipmen whose final multiples on the graduating merit 
roll are not less than 85 per cent of the maximum shall read " Passed with dis- 
tinction"; those whose final multiples are less than 85 per cent but not less than 
75 per cent of the maximum shall read " Passed with credit"; and those whose 
final multiples are less than 75 per cent of the maximum shall read "Passed." 
(Regulations, U. S. Naval Academy, 1923, par. 168.) 

* Received 85 per cent of multiple. 

a Completed course; commission withheld pending action on physical 
disability. 

b Resignation accepted upon graduation due to physical disqualification. 

c Turned back into next lower class on account of conduct. 

d Sent on practice cruise on account of scholastic deficiency; later passed reex- 
amination; graduated and commissioned. 

dd Died. 

e Diploma withheld; sent on practice cruise as disciplinary measure; later 
graduated and commissioned. 

/ Dismissed. 

g Found physically disqualified and required to resign. 

h Deficient in studies; turned back into next lower class. 

i Deficient in studies; required to resign. 

MC Assigned to Marine Corps upon graduation. 

n Sent on practice cruise on account of scholastic deficiency; upon expiration 
of cruise reexamined and again found deficient; turned back into next lower class. 

o Physically disqualified. 

p Turned back into this class on account of conduct. 

r R igned. 

s Dropped on account of physical disqualification. 

SC Assigned to Supply Corps upon graduation. 

w Turned back into next lower class on account of illness. 

x Deficient for first term; turned back into this class. 

f Readmitted with class of 1932. 

# Originally a member of the class of 1928. Reinstated on June 23, 1928, in 
accordance with an act of Congress approved June 8, 1928, and ordered placed 
in this class. Age upon reinstatement: 21 years and 11 months. 

30 



MERIT ROLL— GRADUATING CLASS, JUNE, 1928 



31 



Merit roll for the four years 1 course of the midshipmen of the graduating class (class 
of 1928), 174 members, of whom 173 graduated 



Names 



Maxima. 



Watts, C. R 

Blackford, C. M 

Lee, J. R 

Howard, W. E., jr__ 

Burzynski, R. O 

Ballance, R. G 

Van Meter, R. E 

James, R. K 

Quinn, J 

Fay, A. J 

Conway, G. V 

Sears, H. E 

Moffett, G. H 

Carpenter, H. J 

Finnegan, J 

Hastings, W. J 

Wakeman, P. F 

Zabilsky, J 

Pye, W. S., jr 

Ahroon, T. A 

Bole, J. A., jr 

Schoech, W. A 

Cockell, W. A 

Mullen, J. F., jr 

Jacobsen, W. H 

Mitchell, C. B 

McDonald, D. L 

Ransford, H. F 

Bruen, C. J 

Ascherfeld, T. F 

Quilter, J. F 

Jones, H. B 

Parsons, W. S 

Millican, W. J 

Thompson, W 

Pettingill, R. F 

Eves, E. T 

Hawk, E. C 

Bagdanovich, M. P__. 

Johnson, M. G 

Enright, G. P 

Koepel, E. H 

Momm, A. O 

Lair, R. B 

Harris, C. M 



First 
year 



100 



87.83 
79.94 
91.42 
84.74 
87.47 
89.39 
81.69 
89. 60 
87.02 

82. 67 
81. 79 
85.27 

83. 15 
81. 13 
80.67 

85. 65 

86. 56 

84. 14 

87. 11 
81. 91 

85. 74 
83.21 
84.02 
81. 85 
83.45 
82.37 
79.00 
76.09 
85.26 
84. 33 
83.20 
81.75 
76.06 
86.26 
82.06 
85.45 
87.42 
83. 50 
78. 56 
85.85 
84.61 
79.08 
88.03 
77. 90 
82.80 



Second 
year 



Third 
year 



200 



175. 21 

160. 93 
174. 40 
163. 21 
168. 53 
168. 67 

161. 80 

168. 79 

169. 96 
161. 53 

163. 66 

164. 02 

165. 37 
163. 47 
160. 29 



23 

72 



161. 
157. 

157. 44 
154. 99 
163. 18 

158. 60 
157. 50 
154. 95 
156. 05 

153. 92 
160. 70 

154. 25 
146. 73 
163. 75 
160. 55 

156. 58 
153. 85 
160. 74 

157. 73 
153. 56 

159. 37 

160. 51 
149. 47 
149. 10 
157. 00 

153. 58 

156. 67 

157. 39 

154. 89 
148. 08 



300 



267. 36 
267. 87 
255. 81 

254. 98 

255. 97 
254. 99 
257. 28 
251. 65 
254. 75 

247. 80 
249. 99 
249. 35 

248. 01 
251. 23 

243. 79 

241. 37 

249. 47 

239. 39 

242. 54 

240. 25 

241. 68 

242. 04 

242. 20 

238. 94 

244. 70 
235. 96 

243. 91 

245. 24 
235. 85 
235. 24 

239. 89 

244. 98 

240. 15 
234. 97 
244. 08 
230. 28 

234. 59 

235. 04 
239. 92 

234. 30 
232. 39 
237. 25 
229. 51 

235. 03 
227. 85 



Fourth 
year 



400 



356. 91 
351. 81 

334. 71 
349. 18 
339. 33 
333. 32 
343. 26 

326. 48 

319. 18 

335. 66 
331. 16 

327. 41 
325. 54 
324. 83 
335. 69 

328. 07 

320. 36 
327. 81 
324. 02 
322. 48 
317. 85 

321. 04 

322. 38 

323. 30 
317. 43 

319. 25 

320. 22 
327. 67 

310. 84 
315. 36 

314. 52 
313. 44 

315. 32 

312. 75 

311. 97 

313. 35 
305. 25 
319. 48 
319. 57 
309. 88 
315. 29 
311. 62 
307. 43 

314. 20 
322. 62 



General 

aggregate 

for four 

years 



1,000 



887. 31 
860. 55 
856. 34 
852. 11 
851. 30 
846. 37 
844. 03 
836. 52 
830. 91 
827. 66 
826. 60 
826. 05 
822. 07 
820. 66 
820. 44 
816. 32 
814. 11 
808. 78 
808. 66 
807. 82 
803. 87 
803. 79 
803. 55 
800. 14 
799. 50 
798. 28 
797. 38 
795. 73 
795. 70 
795. 48 
794. 19 
794. 02 
792. 27 
791. 71 
791. 67 
788. 45 
787. 77 
787. 49 
787. 15 
787. 03 
785. 87 
784. 62 
782. 36 
782. 02 
781. 35 



32 



MERIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS, JUNE, 1928 



Merit roll for the four years' course of the midshipmen of the graduating class (class 
of 1928), 174- members, of whom 173 graduated — Continued 



Order of 
merit 



46 
€47 

48 
49 
50 
51 

MC52 
53 
54 

MC55 

MC56 
57 
58 
59 

MC60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 

MC66 
67 
68 

MC69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 

MC77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
683 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 



Names 



Maxima 

Garton, N. F 

Searles, W. M __ 

Pierce, J. R 

Shinkle, V., 3d 

Cole, V. B 

Fickling, E. E 

Weir, K. H 

Burrows, A. C 

Strange, R. O 

Croft, F. C 

Binney, A. F 

Estey, A. W 

Peden, R. C 

McCormick, H. A__ 

Coffman, C. C 

Beyerly, I. F 

Bowers, J. T., jr 

Taylor, D. A 

Lindgren, C. A. R__ 
Nieman, H. R., jr__ 

Parmelee, P. O 

Wagner, D. J 

Gaden, A. G 

Heil, J. J 

Smith, T. A 

Kerst, P. E 

Dexter, E. B 

Zook, H. McC 

Ambruster, S. H 

Madsen, E. C 

Flaherty, M. F. D_ 

Schaeffer, M. W 

Norgaard, R. N 

Archer, R. J 

LuU, E. E 

Monahan, I. B 

Ashcraft, T 

Kennedy, W. D 

Collis, J. L 

Taliaferro, H. B___ 

King, G. E 

Kendall, C. H 

Walden, A. J 

Fritschmann, G 

Radom, M 



First 
year 



100 



83.98 

82. 90 
80. 06 
82.97 
79.01 

83. 64 
73.36 
80.44 
85.01 
82.24 

80. 88 

81. 11 
80.71 
79.77 
77.49 

80. 81 
81.34 
81.09 
79.06 
76. 24 
79.77 
75.06 
74.25 
82.83 
75. 93 
78.94 
81.62 
82.79 
78.48 
80.48 
79.92 
81.51 
75. 15 
80.80 
78. 18 
73.48 
73.92 
80.84 
84.71 
79.36 

81. 20 
78.42 
80.09 
74. 15 
81.03 



Second 
year 



200 



154. 11 
151. 41 

155. 86 
148. 88 

155. 08 

156. 48 
143. 32 
143. 95 

146. 13 

147. 23 
153. 58 
150. 51 
146. 42 
143. 63 

145. 13 
163. 50 

146. 16 

148. 90 
148. 10 

143. 03 

145. 10 

142. 16 

150. 75 

141. 35 

151. 59 

146. 76 
155. 59 

144. 30 

146. 42 

148. 05 

147. 40 

149. 87 
146. 35 

143. 38 

145. 79 

148. 48 
143. 64 
140. 48 

149. 17 
141. 
147. 

142. 97 
151. 23 
139. 83 
145. 47 



82 
70 



Third 
year 



300 



05 
92 



240. 42 
240. 84 
233. 66 

231. 58 
235. 39 
227. 33 
242. 18 
233. 90 

232. 73 
231. 
225. 

227. 94 

231. 82 

228. 15 
230. 33 

224. 57 

229. 62 

228. 48 

230. 24 

233. 32 
233. 51 

229. 36 
228. 09 
228. 90 
221. 76 

230. 14 
223. 73 

225. 36 

232. 59 

225. 66 

226. 71 

227. 77 

226. 97 
223. 28 

221. 24 

228. 06 

229. 97 
223. 67 

222. 11 
220. 05 

230. 92 

227. 66 
222. 21 
226. 58 
219. 83 



Fourth 
year 



400 



302. 06 

305. 35 

310. 18 
312. 44 

306. 24 

307. 30 
314. 80 
314. 75 

306. 35 
309. 59 
309. 65 

307. 33 
306. 41 

311. 28 
309. 84 
291. 94 

303. 21 
300. 24 
299. 96 

304. 03 

298. 24 
309. 98 

303. 17 
302. 88 

306. 51 

299. 92 
294. 30 

302. 73 
297. 27 

300. 55 

300. 34 

293. 55 

304. 12 

304. 85 

307. 01 

301. 36 

303. 27 

305. 77 

294. 23 

308. 92 
289. 50 
299. 98 

295. 06 
307. 51 
301. 74 



MEEIT BOLL — GRADUATING CLASS, JUNE, 1928 



33 



Merit roll for the four years' course of the midshipmen of the graduating class (class 
of 1928), 174 members, of whom 173 graduated — Continued 



Names 



Maxima 

McCue, J. K 

Brett, J. H., jr 

Taylor, W. A 

Jordan, F. C. B 

Mullaney, B. J 

Brown, C 

Hannegan, E. A 

Freiburghouse, L. F 

Jones, T. W 

Curtin, N. R 

Young, E. J. S 

White, J. T 

Bowley, C. M 

Donovan, T. A 

Bierer, J. S 

Kent, J. T 

Moore, F. E 

Wyatt, J. E 

Riggs, J. C, jr 

Walsh, W. M 

Todd, D. W.,jr 

Morris, R. L 

Banister, A. B 

Spilker, J. J 

Ennis, T. G 

Collins, G. W 

Alderman, J. C 

Boyd, J. M 

Pollock, E. E 

Smith, C. R 

Gerin, M. R 

Burke, J. E___ 

Daisley, R. M 

Belden, R. N 

Hicks, A. S 

Underhill, J. J 

Gordon, D. S 

Aichel, A. M 

Renard, J. C 

Anderson, P. R 

Sayers, L. W., jr 

Gray, W. N 

Shea, W. W 

Gallery, P. D 

Tackney, S. N 



First 
year 



[00 



Second 
year 



200 



Third 

year 



300 



Fourth 
year 



400 



General 

aggregate 

for four 

years 



1,000 



76.80 
83. 12 
75.39 
79.64 
80.43 
75.86 
76. 57 
76.83 
81.03 
78.71 
77.83 
79.56 
75.45 
78.45 
75.05 
82. 20' 
74.21 
76.74 
75. 82 
79.30 
79.75 

81. 12 
'77. 14 
73.06 
76.50 
75.84 
73.24 
77.38 
78.37 
74.45 
76.92 
72.51 
78. 17 
75.36 
75.35 
74.81 

82. 34 
80.86 

80. 12 
76.26 

81. 56 
77.08 
75.66 
75.25 
73. 32 



143. 43 

146. 06 
143. 32 

147. 17 
147. 37 

146. 13 

142. 93 

143. 49 

144. 17 

147. 28 
144. 04 
142. 53 
140. 82 
144. 82 
140. 21 
139. 85 

139. 88 

137. 75 

140. 41 
139. 33 

141. 73 
146. 90 
144. 50 

146. 09 

142. 30 
144. 08 
144. 15 

139. 50 

143. 68 
133. 21 

141. 90 

143. 81 

144. 32 

147. 28 

145. 54 

140. 32 

142. 50 

146. 43 

138. 72 

143. 57 
138. 27 

143. 76 

147. 68 

144. 26 
138. 91 



215. 23 
226. 55 
229. 98 

218. 64 
221. 91 
226. 33 

220. 13 
228. 77 

221. 05 

220. 55 

221. 24 

219. 36 
224. 36 

218. 87 
226. 48 

223. 34 

224. 69 

219. 21 

216. 63 

213. 87 
215. 88 

215. 57 

216. 95 
224. 02 

215. 32 

216. 24 

215. 91 
221. 86 
224. 25 

217. 49 
219. 79 

218. 94 
202. 34 

214. 56 

218. 20 
214. 37 
217. 32 

219. 10 

216. 51 
216. 02 

214. 44 

215. 21 
206. 99 
210. 69 
219. 16 



312. 41 
291. 87 

298. 36 

299. 69 
295. 34 
295. 99 
304. 65 

295. 14 

296. 91 

296. 01 
298. 37 

298. 84 

299. 09 

297. 14 

296. 17 

291. 33 

297. 52 
299. 70 
299. 45 
299. 49 

294. 16 

287. 66 

292. 58 

286. 81 

295. 60 
292. 84 

295. 62 
289. 89 

281. 38 
302. 18 

288. 68 
291. 90 
302. 10 

289. 36 

287. 16 

296. 66 

282. 97 
278. 67 

288. 47 
287. 50 

287. 11 
284. 13 
289.62 

289. 50 

288. 25 



747. 87 
747. 60 
747. 05 
745. 14 
745. 05 
744. 31 
744. 28 
744. 23 
743. 16 
742. 55 
741. 48 
740. 29 
739. 72 
739. 28 
737. 91 
736. 72 
736. 30 
733. 40 
732. 31 
731. 99 
731. 52 
731. 25 
731. 17 
729. 98 
729. 72 
729. 00 
728. 92 
728. 63 
727. 68 
727. 33 
727. 29 
727. 16 
726. 93 
726. 56 
726. 25 
726. 16 
725. 13 
725. 06 
723. 82 
723. 35 
721. 38 
720. 18 
719. 95 
719. 70 
719. 64 



34 



MERIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS, JUNE, 1928 



Merit roll for the four years' course of the midshipmen of the graduating class (class 
of 1928), 174 members, of whom 173 graduated — Continued 



Order of 
merit 



Names 



Maxima 

Simmonds, T. H 

Williams, J. A 

Corby, A. B 

Schuber, J. B.,jr 

Raborn, W. F.,jr 

Keith, R. T. S 

Nash, N., jr 

Dodge, W. T 

Hewett, L. H 

Wood, R. W 

Otterson, O. L 

Huff, G. K 

Thomas, W. D 

Leary, A. McL, jr 

Nichols, F. McD 

Martin, E. J 

Rittenhouse, B. N., jr 

Merson, M. M 

Lovelace, D. A 

Popp, C 

Hamilton, W. L 

Black, L. L 

Urquhart, J. G., jr 

Fitzmaurice, E. W 

Hall, R. S.,jr 

Stringer, G. W 

Armbrust, C. R 

Carusi, E. C 

Richardson, H. W 

Stokes, P. G 

Pierce, R. A 

Huff, C.P.,jr 

Nelson, J. F 

Scott, J. A 

Batterton, B. C 

Whittington, H. B 

Catterton, M. L 

Leggett, J. H 

Pope, E. H 



First 
year 



100 



Second 
year 



200 



Third 
year 



300 



Fourth 
year 



400 



136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 

MC143 
144 
145 
146 
147 
148 
6149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 

MC155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
nl62 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 

MC170 

171 

172 

173 

el74 



79. 11 
75.86 
79. 12 
81.70 
74. 56 
78. 44 
74.27 
75.30 
80.45 
75.72 
77.96 
73.41 
76.43 
74.41 
76.29 
69.69 
74.54 
71.36 
71.24 
74.93 
72.07 
78.38 
75.93 
77. 15 
73.94 
73.41 
73.83 
73.28 
77.59 
70. 18 
76.51 
74.47 
73.66 
76.64 
79.01 
70. 73 
68.03 
73. 92 
72.85 



139. 62 

139. 82 

143. 90 

142. 98 
134. 95 

137. 56 

138. 99 

140. 57 

144. 94 
136. 58 

143. 89 

136. 15 
147. 44 

137. 95 
143. 15 

134. 37 

138. 89 

139. 23 
136. 10 

138. 54 

139. 37 
136. 11 

141. 14 

136. 06 

142. 50 

137. 92 
137. 04 
137. 85 

136. 45 

137. 59 
141. 67 

138. 25 
141. 41 
137. 42 
132. 46 

135. 06 

136. 54 
135. 68 
132. 58 



214. 58 

215. 07 

216. 77 
208. 12 
220. 50 
211. 32 
211. 18 

210. 21 

204. 61 
208. 96 
213. 83 
213. 94 

207. 55 

208. 57 
207. 60 

215. 89 

209. 21 

216. 03 
215. 78 
207. 39 

211. 23 

210. 62 

199. 54 
207. 61 
213. 11 

209. 68 

211. 64 
207. 88 
207. 45 

210. 86 

200. 72 
209. 57 
209. 48 

207. 07 

205. 68 
213. 68 

208. 32 
205. 19 

201. 59 



285. 63 

287. 25 

277. 79 

284. 58 

286. 55 

288. 50 

290. 52 

287. 45 
283. 12 

291. 20 
276. 72 

288. 71 
280. 53 
290. 21 
283. 61 
288. 34 

285. 59 
280. 22 
283. 10 

285. 12 
282. 33 

279. 20 

286. 56 
282. 32 
272. 67 

280. 80 
276. 04 
279. 01 

276. 47 
279. 16 

278. 24 
274. 82 
271. 18 

274. 26 

277. 60 

275. 10 

278. 72 
270. 85 
268. 64 



36 



MERIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS 



Merit roll of the midshipmen of the graduating class (class of 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



Age at date 
of admis- 



>tate from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



service 
in prac- 
tice 
ships 



21 
161 
104 
97 
134 
67 j 
72167 
32 
71 
26 | 
MC9 
114 
MC164 
126 
115 
oSClOl 
MC52 
157 
6*2 
30 
72 I 
91 I 
122 
117 
103 
47 j 
116 ! 
36 ! 
5 j 

17 i 
159 



MC51 

63 

113 

110 

10 

163 

MC53 

102 

77 

109 

MC135 

98 

MC105 

34 

57 



6 
152 
82 

107 



Ahroon, Thomas Andrew ! 

Aichel, Alfred Montague 

Alderman, John Clement ___ 

Ambruster, Stephen Henry 

Anderson, Paul Ramseur. 

Archer, Robert John 

Armbrust, Carl Raymond 

Ascherfeld, Theodore Frederick 

Ashcraft, Thomas j 

Bagdanovitch, Michael Peter ; 

Ballance, Robert Green 

Banister, Alan Boyd 

Batterton, Boeker Charles. ..! 

Belden, Richard Nathaniel j 

Beyerly, Irwin Forest.. 

Bierer, James Shadel... 

Binney, Arthur Fremont 

Black, Lex Leroy... _____ 

Blackford, Chester Miles ___ 

Bole, John Archibald, jr.. 

Bowers, John Treadwell, jr _ 

Bowley, Clarence Matheson.. 

Boyd, John Moore 

Brett, James Henry, jr 

Brown, Chesford 

Bruen, Cuthbert Joseph 

Burke, John Edward 

Burrows, Albert Collins 

Burzynski, Raymond Oliver 

Carpenter, Harlow Jesse.. 

Carusi, Eugene Cassin... 

Catterton, Max Lee ._ 

Ooekell, William Arthur.. ...i 

Coffman, Clovis Clyde ___| 

Cole, Victor Bogvilo 

Collins, George William __ 

Collis, John Leon 

Conway, Gordon Vernon 

Corby, Albert Bruce... 

Croft, Frank Cornelius 

Curtin, Neale Roland 

Daisley, Roger Meriden 

Dexter, Edwin Boardman 

Dodge, Wilson Thomas 

Donovan, Thomas Alton 

Ennis, Thomas Gates 

Enright, George Patrick 

Estey, Augustus Ward 

Eves, Edward Thomas 

Fay, Albert James 

Fickling, Evan Edwards.. 

Finnegan. Joseph 

Fitzmaurice, Eugene William 

Flaherty, Michael Francis Donald. 
Freiburghouse, Leonard Fredericks 



Maryland 

New Hampshire- . 

Oregon. 

Missouri... 

North Carolina 

Washington 

Arkansas 

New Jersey 

Alabama 

New Hampshire 

Illinois 

Oklahoma 

Illinois 

Connecticut.. 

Ohio 

At large (Pres.) 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania. 

West Virginia. 

New Jersey. 

Maryland. 

Massachusetts 

Alabama 

Georgia 

At large (Pres.) 

Ohio 

North Dakota 

Oklahoma 

Wisconsin 

Indiana 

Minnesota 

Illinois 

New York 

Texas 

Vermont 

New York 

do 

Indiana.. 

New York 

Iowa 

P ennsylvania 

New York 

Ohio 

Michigan 

Connecticut 

do 




July 24 
July 7 
July 8 
Aug. 8 
Aug. 30 ; 
June 16 
July 8 
June 30 
Sept, 2 
July 5, 
June 30 
June 16 
July 14 
Sept. 2 
July 24 
Aug. 21 
June 23 
Aug. 23 
Sept. 2 
July 2 
Aug. 18 
July 6 
July 9 
Sept. 2 
June 16 
do.. 



June 21 
July 3 
Sept. 2 
June 16 
July 14 ; 
do 



New York 

do 

Louisiana 

Maine 

South Carolina. 
Massachusetts- 
North Dakota- 
Massachusetts. 
Kansas 



July 
June 17, 
June 16 ; 
July 2 
June 23 
July a 
Sept. 4 
Aug. 14 
July 8 
June 1& 
June 16 
do.. 



Sept. 2 ; 
June 16, 
July 28, 
July 
Sept. 2, 
July 14 
Aug. 15 



1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1924 



1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 



1923 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 



1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 



2 8 

8 8 

11 I 8 

6 8 



1 


8 

5 j 8 

3 ! 8 

10 11 

8 

8 8 

7 8 

8 

7 | 8 
5 | 8 

10 8 

1 8 

8 8 



1 8 

7 11 

6 11 
11 8 

7 | 8 
3 I 8 
1 7 
1 


10 

8 | 8 

8 

9 I 11 

1 7 
11 i 8 
11 8 

9 j 8 

7 | 11 

11 ! 7 

10 5 
7 8 

11 8 
6 




MERIT ROLL— GRADUATING CLASS 
1928), 174 members, for the last year of their academic course 



37 



Seaman- 
; ship and 
flight 


Ordnance 
and 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aero- 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 


English 


Lan- 
guages 


Hygiene 


Aptitude 
for 


Aggre- 
gate 
fourth 


tactics 


gunnery 




nautics 


physics 








service 


year 


Maximum 


60 


64 


32 


56 


60 


20 


32 


8 


68 


400 


46.87 


52.64 


25.84 


46.13 


50.49 


14.85 


22.04 


6.84 


58. 78 


322. 48 


41.26 


44.96 


21.20 


37.17 


40.20 


13.45 


21.88 


6.02 


52. 53 


278. 67 


45.38 


47.92 


21.92 


39.13 


44.22 


15.85 


21.98 


6.52 


52.70 


295. 62 


44.97 


49.68 


23.20 


40.55 


42.67 


14.70 


23.28 


5.46 


52.36 


297. 27 


46.25 


45.92 


20.40 


38.01 


41.89 


14.50 


23.48 


4.86 


52.19 


287.50 


46.88 


51.12 


22.56 


39.55 


42.81 


15.05 


25.44 


6.02 


55.42 


304. 85 


41.91 


44.80 


20.72 


36.75 


38.11 


12.45 


22.72 


6.22 


52.36 


276. 04 


47.34 


49.36 


27.20 


40.60 


44.43 


14.25 


28.04 


7.02 


57.12 


315. 36 


47.52 


49.68 


22.48 


39.76 


43.64 


14.75 


22.64 


6.70 


56.10 


303. 27 


50.25 


51.92 


24.48 


45.01 


43.65 


13.90 


20.96 


6.84 


62.56 


319. 57 


49.91 


54.56 


27.12 


43.40 


44.93 


16.05 


26.52 


6.74 


64.09 


333. 32 


45.05 


46.32 


21.44 


38.71 


41.84 


13.95 


24.44 


5.92 


54.91 


292. 58 


42.97 


43.36 


21.04 


38.01 


41.02 


14.15 


21.12 


6.12 


49.81 


277. 60 


42.82 


48.08 


22.00 


37.24 


39.07 


14.65 


22.36 


7.04 


56.10 


289. 36 


44. 76 


47.12 


23.12 


39.48 


43.86 


14.10 


25.84 


5.72 


47.94 


291. 94 


45.35 


49.60 


21.84 


38.50 


41.17 


13.70 


22.68 


6.38 


56.95 


296. 17 


48.08 


47.20 


22.64 


38.71 


41.10 


16.05 


27.40 


6.42 


62.05 


309. 65 


41. 54 


45.04 


20.56 


36.40 


38.82 


13.00 


21.00 


5.72 


57.12 


279. 20 


51.53 


58.08 


29.52 


49.28 


54.94 


15.55 


24.92 


6.96 


61.03 


351. 81 


49.66 


51. 52 


26.40 


43.33 


46.64 


13.50 


24.16 


6.20 


56.44 


317. 85 


49.08 


47.04 


21.92 


40.32 


40.93 


14.05 


24.84 


6.38 


58.65 


303. 21 


46. 71 


52.08 


22.24 


39.97 


43.12 


13.40 


21.56 


6.46 


53.55 


299. 09 


44.14 


49.68 


21.20 


40.60 


42.00 


13.75 


22.56 


5.64 


50.32 


289. 89 


44.41 


46.64 


22.72 


37.31 


44.28 


13.95 


20.84 


6.30 


55.42 


291.87 


48. 08 


50.32 


23.44 


39.62 


40.94 


13.15 


21.88 


6.20 


52.36 


295. 99 


; 49. 29 


50.32 


29.12 


39.69 


43.74 


16.45 


24.92 


5.80 


51.51 


310. 84 


46.70 


46.40 


21.36 


38.71 


41.66 


13.90 


21.84 


6.42 


54.91 


291. 90 


48.95 


47.52 


25.04 


42.98 


46.15 


14.40 


25.16 


6.24 


58.31 


314. 75 


51. 23 


55.12 


27.92 


45.50 


47.83 


15.80 


26.08 


6.78 


63.07 


339. 33 


50. 06 


52.40 


26.24 


44.73 


51.53 


15.20 


21.80 


6.94 


55.93 


324. 83 


; 41. 55 


42.64 


20.80 


37.38 


41.09 


14.15 


22.40 


5.62 


53.38 


279.01 


41.65 


45.12 


21.12 


36.19 


38.08 


13.70 


22.28 


5.84 


54.74 


278.72 


50. 44 


51.60 


26.32 


41.65 


42.77 


16.00 


26.48 


5.92 


61.20 


322. 38 


48.37 


48.56 


20.00 


39.76 


43.77 


16.05 


25.08 


6.54 


61.71 


309. 84 


46.23 


47.44 


22.56 


38.85 


,43.22 


13.95 


24.48 


6.44 


63.07 


306. 24 


44. 56 


44.08 


20.48 


37.66 


" 41. 96 


14.90 


22.56 


6.46 


60.18 


292. 84 


44.06 


46.88 


20.40 


36.89 


39.87 


14.05 


25.36 


5.52 


61.20 


294.23 


50.27 


52.88 


25.68 


44.87 


48.56 


16.25 


27.20 


7.14 


58.31 


331. 16 


40.30 


42.16 


20.64 


36.05 


40.58 


14.95 


21.72 


6.82 


54.57 


277.79 


47.50 


51.04 


23.52 


42.00 


44.29 


15.45 


23.64 


6.56 


55.59 


309. 59 


45.58 


47.44 


20.80 


40.04 


42.59 


15.00 


21.72 


6.06 


56.78 


296. 01 


46.75 


49.60 


22.40 


39.34 


45.09 


13.20 


23.00 


5.60 


57.12 


302. 10 


45.38 


47.20 


23.68 


37.94 


40.47 


15.25 


23.76 


5.88 


54.74 


294. 30 


44.45 


43.84 


21.20 


38.36 


41.18 


14.05 


21.44 


6.32 


56.61 


287. 45 


46.64 


52.80* 


20.56 


38.92 


40.04 


14.35 


22.48 


6.10 


55.25 


297. 14 


44.97 


45.20 


21.20 


37.38 


41.17 


14.75 


23. 88 


6.02 


61.03 


295. 60 


49.75 


48.88 


24.40 


44.24 


46.10 


15.85 


25.12 


6.38 


54.57 


315.29 


45.58 


52.32 


23.44 


42.14 


44.35 


14.90 


22.80 


6.38 


55.42 


307.33 


47.36 


48.64 


23.36 


38.71 


41.21 


14.75 


24.12 


6.92 


60.18 


305. 25 


48.19 


53.52 


28.24 


44.17 


47.51 


15.45 


30.04 


5.98 


62.56 


335. 66 


50.49 


43.28 


23.68 


40.04 


40.95 


15.40 


30.20 


6.48 


56.78 


307. 30 


52.09 


52.32 


26.96 


45.08 


47.37 


16.50 


27.88 


6.80 


60.69 


335. 69 


42.65 


44.96 


22.48 


38.29 


41.40 


14.10 


22.68 


6.46 


49.30 


282. 32 


46.56 


46.96 


22.32 


40.04 


43.42 


13.85 


26.24 


6.04 


54.91 


300. 34 


48.47 


47.36 


22.96 


38.85 


42.98 


14.35 


22.76 


6.58 


50.83 


295. 14 



38 



MERIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS 



Merit roll of the midshipmen of the graduating class (class of 1928) , 



Names 



Fritschmann, George 

Gaden, Allan Gaston 

Gallery, Philip Daly.. 

Garton, Norman Farquhar 

Gerin, Marcel Raymond 

Gordon, Donald Stuart 

Gray, Walter Newel 

Hall, Robert Samuel, jr 

Hamilton, Weldon Lee 

Hannegan, Edward Allen 

Harris, Claude Melvin.. 

Hastings, Wilfred Joseph 

Hawk, Earle Clifford 

Heil, John Joseph 

Hewett, Lindell Harris 

Hicks, Allen Sturdivant 

Howard, William Eager, jr 

Huff, Charles Peabody, jr 

Huff, George Kleineberg 

Jacobsen, William Horton 

James, Ralph Kirk 

Johnson, Milton George 

Jones, Horace Brenemen 

Jones, Thomas Wallace _ 

Jordan, Francois Charles Blesbois. 

Keith, Robert Taylor Scott 

Kendall, Charles Hansford 

Kennedy, William Dewitt 

Kent, John Thomas 

Kerst, Paul Edward 

King, George Edward 

Koepel, Edward Harry 

Lair, Rodney Bickham 

Leary, Alexander Melntyre, jr 

Lee, James Richard. 

Leggett, Julian Howard 

Lindgren, Carl Albin Rudolph 

Lovelace, Donald Alexander. 

Lull, Edward Earle 

Madsen, Elwood Christian 

Martin, Edward Joseph 

McCormick, Harold Arthur.. 

McCue, John Kenneth 

McDonald, David Lamar 

Merson, Maurice Martin 

Millican, William John 

Mitchell, Charles Bruce 

Moffett, George Hall 

Momm, Albert Otto 

Monahan, Idris Burke 

Moore, Frederick Evans 

Morris, Robert Lee 

Mullaney, Baron Joseph 

Mullen, John Felix, jr.. 



State from which 
appointed 



New York 

Tennessee 

Illinois.-. 

Pennsylvania.. 

Minnesota 

Indiana 

California 

Mississippi 

Rhode Island . . 

Wisconsin. 

West Virginia. . 
Massachusetts. 

New York 

At large (Pres.). 

Kansas 

Alabama 

Wisconsin 

California 

do 



Date of 
admission 



Minnesota 

Illinois 

Arizona 

Kentucky 

Pennsylvania. 

New York 

Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania. 

Illinois 

do 



June 23, 
July 6, 
July 23, 
July 6, 
June 16, 
July 20, 
July 11, 
Aug. 1, 
July 12, 
July 8, 
June 16, 
June 18, 
July 14, 
June 20, 
Aug. 17, 
July 9, 
June 16, 
Aug. 15, 
do.. 



1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1924 



Michigan 

New York 

Louisiana 

Virginia... 

North Carolina- 
Minnesota 

North Carolina . 

Illinois 

Utah 

Massachusetts.. 

Kansas 

Pennsylvania- .. 

Georgia 

Virginia 

Connecticut 

Texas 

At large (Pres.)_ 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania... 
At large (Pres.). 
Massachusetts.. 
Alabama 



July 1, 
June 16, 
... ..do- 
July 8, 
Sept. 2, 
July 16, 
July 6, 
June 17, 
July 9, 
July 20, 
July 31, 
Aug. 15, 
July 14, 
July 7, 
June 16, 
do- 
July 1, 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 
July 
do- 
June 17, 
Sept. 2, 
June 16, 
July 5, 
July 5, 
July 23, 
June 16, 
June 17, 
June 30, 



1924 
1924 



1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 



1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 



1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 
1924 



Age at date 
of admis- 
sion 


Sea 
service 
in prac- 
tice 
ships 


> 


O 


CO 

x: 
a 

1 


1 


18 


7 


8 


14 


18 


11 


11 


8 


16 


9 


8 


14 


16 


10 


8 


14 


17 


10 


8 


14 


20 


3 


11 


8 


19 


1 


8 


14 


19 


5 


11 


8 


17 


7 


7 


24 


18 


7 


3 


26 


18 


9 


8 


14 


19 


4 


8 


14 


19 


3 


8 


14 


19 


2 


6 


27 


18 


7 


5 


7 


16 


10 


11 


8 


18 





8 


14 


18 


11 


8 


14 


18 


11 


8 


14 


17 


5 


8 


14 


18 


1 


8 


14 


18 


4 


8 


14 


19 


3 


8 


14 


18 


8 


8 


14 


17 


8 


8 


14 


18 


2 


11 


8 


19 


11 


5 


28 


16 


5 


8 


14 


19 


10 


11 


8 


20 


1 


8 


14 


20 


4 


7 


12 


16 


11 


8 


14 


17 


6 


11 


8 


18 


4 


8 


14 


18 


7 


8 


14 


18 


7 


8 


14 


19 


9 


8 


14 


18 


1 


8 


14 


18 


7 


8 


14 


17 


10 


8 


14 


17 


10 


11 


8 


18 


6 


8 


14 


19 


2 


8 


14 


17 


10 


8 


14 


° 17 


10 


8 


14 


20 


2 


5 


12 


18 


11 


7 


5 


17 


4 


8 


14 


19 


3 


8 


14 


18 


8 


11 


8 


20 





8 


14 


16 


10 


7 


24 


18 


10 


8 


14 


17 


10 


8 


14 



MERIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS 
174 members, for the last year of their academic course — Continued 



39 



Seaman- 
ship and 
flight 
tactics 


Ordnance 

and 
gunnery 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 

aero- 
nautics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Lan- 
guages 


Hygiene 


Aptitude 

for 

service 


Aggre- 
gate 

fourth 
year 


Maximum 


60 


64 


32 


56 


60 


20 


32 


8 


68 


400 


50.32 


48.48 


23.60 


40.32 


41.61 


14-65 


22.08 


7.12 


59.33 


307. 51 


47.78 


48.56 


22.08 


39.69 


44.04 


14.35 


22.72 


6.32 


57.63 


303. 17 


43.93 


45.84 


21.36 


37.31 


39.74 


14.50 


22.92 


5.42 


58.48 


289. 50 


43.80 


49.12 


26.00 


38. 15 


41.86 


14.10 


21.48 


5.84 


61.71 


302. 06 


44.29 


45.92 


21.92 


37.10 


39.92 


13.55 


21.12 


6.04 


58.82 


288. 68 


42.13 


44.32 


21.60 


36.54 


40.42 


14.15 


22.52 


6.04 


55.25 


282. 97 


45.09 


42.40 


20.96 


38. 08 


38.79 


14.80 


23.76 


6.36 


53.89 


284.13 


40.36 


43.36 


20.96 


36.33 


38.98 


13.55 


21.12 


5.82 


52.19 


272. 67 


44.98 


45.20 


21.04 


38.01 


39.41 


15.60 


22.40 


5.88 


49.81 


282. 33 


45.84 


46.88 


22.08 


38.92 


42.46 


14.85 


22.84 


6.18 


64.60 


304. 65 


49.85 


52.48 


26.24 


42.98 


44.91 


14.10 


26.08 


6.82 


59.16 


322. 62 


50.74 


51.76 


25.92 


43.96 


45.18 


15.25 


29.56 


6.54 


59.16 


328.07 


49.79 


54.00 


24.72 


43.47 


45.02 


15.85 


26.08 


6.32 


54.23 


319. 48 


48.69 


50.72 


24.24 


44.10 


45.49 


14.60 


22.20 


6.60 


46.24 


302. 88 


43. 21 


45.28 


20.80 


37.31 


38.86 


15.25 


25.16 


6.42 


50. 83 


283.12 


45.49 


46.48 


19.76 


38.01 


41.11 


13.40 


22.84 


6.18 


53.89 


287.16 


51.12 


58.08 


28.08 


46.48 


46.86 


18.70 


25.44 


6.42 


68.00 


349. 18 


41.86 


43.36 


21.20 


37.31 


40.01 


13.95 


20.64 


6.00 


50.49 


274. 82 


43.67 


44.80 


20.72 


40.25 


41.17 


14.45 


21.88 


6.86 


54.91 


288.71 


49.87 


53. 92 


24.96 


40.88 


45.28 


15.15 


23.52 


5.54 


58.31 


317. 43 


49.02 


53.28 


27.84 


41.23 


45.40 


16.05 


25.76 


6.36 


61.54 


326. 48 


47.38 


49.28 


22.40 


42.07 


44.05 


15.35 


25.04 


7.02 


57.29 


309.88 


49.40 


52.56 


26.24 


41.23 


47.73 


14.85 


21.48 


6.74 


53.21 


313.44 


44.59 


48.40 


22.64 


37.59 


40.58 


14.25 


22.88 


6.48 


59.50 


296. 91 


45. 11 


42.88 


21.28 


39.55 


46.74 


13.60 


30.52 


6.46 


53.55 


299. 69 


45.91 


43.84 


20.16 


37.66 


40.89 


15.75 


22.08 


6.28 


55.93 


288.50 


43.79 


48.40 


21.52 


38.43 


40.73 


14.50 


21.84 


6.00 


64.77 


299. 98 


49.09 


50.64 


23.12 


» 40. 81 


44.08 


15.85 


23.64 


6.52 


52.02 


305. 77 


41.76 


46.56 


21.84 


38.50 


40.83 


13.95 


22.84 


6.06 


58.99 


291. 33 


49.23 


47.60 


23.20 


41.30 


41.64 


15.80 


23.12 


6.18 


51.85 


299. 92 


44.99 


48.64 


22.08 


36.82 


38.00 


13.40 


21.48 


5.10 


58.99 


289. 50 


50.33 


49.04 


. 24.88 


41.37 


45.10 


16.10 


23.16 


5.88 


55.76 


311. 62 


47.90 


52.48 


24.32 


41.30 


46.23 


16.00 


25.76 


5.64 


54.57 


314. 20 


42.31 


46.88 


24.64 


38.15 


40.14 


12.75 


22.76 


6.14 


56.44 


290. 21 


51.03 


55.12 


28.16 


43.12 


49.82 


15.75 


27.72 


6.36 


57.63 


334. 71 


41.15 


42.64 


20.64 


37.31 


40.17 


13.35 


22.24 


5.58 


47.77 


270. 85 


47.25 


45.84 


23.28 


38.78 


41.98 


14.65 


23.60 


6.44 


58.14 


299. 96 


43.56 


42.48 


21.52 


37.87 


41.26 


13.40 


21.80 


6.30 


54.91 


283.10 


47.52 


46.24 


20.96 


38.64 


43.93 


15.50 


27.28 


. 6.76 


60.18 


307. 01 


46.81 


48.96 


24.40 


39. 90 


42.72 


13.80 


25.84 


6.10 


52.02 


300. 55 


41.99 


43.04 


20.08 


37. 80 


39.24 


13.30 


20.60 


5.82 


66.47 


288. 34 


49.64 


49.60 


21.68 


41.44 


44.64 


13.10 


23.56 


6.42 


61.20 


311. 28 


49.65 


51.60 


22.56 


43.40 


44.00 


17.25 


25.76 


6.68 


51.51 


312. 41 


48.28 


50.96 


24.32 


40.25 


45.38 


13.85 


22.96 


6.22 


68.00 


320. 22 


42.72 
47.95 


44.40 
51.36 


22.72 
24.80 


36.68 
41.23 


40.46 
43.38 


14.35 

14.25 


22.60 
25.24 


5.46 
5.72 


50.83 
58.82 


280. 22 
312. 75 


48.37 


52.00 


25.20 


43.26 


47.80 


15.20 


25.40 


7.28 


54.74 


319. 25 


50.73 


49.20 


22.80 


43.68 


44.43 


16.00 


23.80 


6.90 


68.00 


325. 54 


46.10 


48.88 


24.00 


39.62 


43.58 


14.85 


27.60 


6.36 


56.44 


307. 43 


47.28 


45.68 


21.84 


41.72 


42.47 


15.10 


23.44 


6.20 


57.63 


301. 36 


44.44 


48.72 


20.96 


42.21 


41.90 


14.50 


24.28 


6.28 


54.23 


297. 52 


42.39 


48.96 


22.40 


38.29 


40.95 


14.00 


21.56 


6.24 


52.87 


287.66 


45.07 
50.57 


44.16 
51.52 


23.12 
26.56 


37.38 
42.91 


40.35 
48.38 


13.85 
15.35 


26.00 
23.96 


5.40 
6.42 


60.01 

57.63 


295. 34 
323. 30 



40 



MERIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS 



Merit roll of the midshipmen of the graduating class (class of 1928; 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



?tate from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Sea 
Age at date : service 
of admis- in prac- 
sion tice 

ships 



120 
172 
147 

70 

69 

165 

MC95 

33 

61 

MO 

1 fe4S 

162 

MC153 

C174 

MC144 

18 

37 

29 

141 

79 

13 

130 

166 

90 

143 

138 

MC112 

(,23 

145 

170 

e65 

14 

123 

42 

142 

76 

60 

6139 

158 

62 

154 

132 

54 

83 

94 

155 

44 

111 

100 

140 

*4 

49 

24 

108 



Nash, Nic, jr Oklahoma. 

Nelson, John Frederick Kansas 

Nichols, Frank McDougal 

Nieman, Hugh Roberts, jr 

Norgaard, Eollo Niel 

Otterson, Oscar Lincoln 

Parmelee, Perry Ormiston 

Parsons, William Seavey 

Peden, Robert Carl... 

Pettingill, Richard Flavins 

Pierce, John Reeves 

Pierce, Robert Archer 

Pollock, Ernest Edwin 

Pope, Earl Hallett 

Popp, Charles 

Pye, William Satterlee, jr 

Quilter, Joseph Francis 

Quinn, John 

Raborn, William Francis, jr... 

Radom, Matthew 

Ransford, Howard Franklin. _. 

Renard, Jack Clayton 

Richardson, Harry Wallace... 

Riggs, J. Clark, jr 

Rittenhouse, Basil Norris, jr.. 

Savers, Lewis Wetzel, jr 

Schaeffer, Max William. 

Schoech, William Alton 

Schuber, James Buchanan, jr. 

Scott, John Addison. _ _ 

Searles, William Marvin 

Sears, Harry Edward 

Shea, William Wolcott 

Shinkle, Vincent, 3d... 

Simmonds, Thomas Henry 



Tennessee 

Wisconsin 

South Dakota 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

Mississippi 

Arkansas 

Maine 

At large (Pres.) 

Texas 

Ohio 

At large (Pres.) 

Indiana 

At large (Pres.) 

New York 

Texas 

Oklahoma 

C onnecticut 

Iowa 

Illinois 

New Jersey 

Michigan. 

At large (Pres.) 

Pennsylvania 

do 

Iowa 

Wisconsin 

Michigan 

Wisconsin. 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Washington 

California 



Sept. 2,1924 
June 30,1924 
Aug. 15,1924 
July 7, 1924 
July 12,1924 
July 8, 1924 
June 16,1924 
July 5, 1923 
July 7, 1924 
do 



Smith, Charles Russell j Indiana- 
Smith, Thurmond Augustus.. 

Spilker, James Julius. 

Stokes, Phillip Gaines 

Strange, Robert Orris 

Stringer, Guy Warren. 

Tackney, Stephen Noel 

Taliaferro, Henry Beckwith... 

Taylor, Donald Alexander 

Taylor, William Allen.. 

Thomas, William Dow 

Thompson, Wells 



Alabama 

Missouri 

Mississippi 

Kentucky 

Kansas 

New York 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania. 
West Virginia. 
Pennsylvania . 
Oregon 



June 16,1924 
July 11,1923 
June 17,1924 
June 18,1924 
June 19,1924 
June 18,1924 
July 14,1924 
June 18,1924 
Sept. 2,1924 | 
July 14, 1923 | 
June 27, 1924 j 
July 23,1923 j 
July 6, 1923 I 
June 16,1924 

....do 

July 3, 1923 
June 16,1924 
July 7, 1924 
June 18,1924 
July 14,1924 
do 




July 22, 
July 9, 
Aug. 27, 
July 25, 
Sept. 2, 
Aug. 2, 
June 16, 
do... 



1924 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1924 
1924 
1924 



Todd, David Wooster, jr I At large (Pres.). 



Underbill, Jesse Johnson.. 
Urquhart, John Goode, jr. 

Van Meter, Robert E 

Wagner, Daniel Jacob 

Wakeman, Philip Fisk... 
Walden, Albert Joseph... 



I Walsh, William Mason. 



Massachusetts. 

Virginia 

Oklahoma 

Illinois 

New York 

California 

Pennsylvania.. 



June 19, 
July 16, 
July 6, 
Sept. 6, 
July 6, 
do... 



1924 
1924 



1924 
1923 



do... 

June 30, 
July 15, 
June 16, 

do... 

Aug. 22, 



1924 
1924 
1924 



19 
17 
18 
17 
19 
18 
19 
IS 

f: 

17 
19 
17 
18 
16 
17 
20 
19 
17 
IS 
17 
19 
19 
19 
18 

18 j 
19 
20 
18 

17 | 
17 
19 

» 

19 

19 

IS 

19 I 

18 I 

IS 



19 
IS 
19 
17 



11 

8 

8 

7 8 

8 ! 6 
11 ! 8 

1 ■ 10 

s : 8 

5 | 8 

4 8 

< 8 

3 i 8 



; 
4 
11 



1924 



IS 


11 


■ 


19 


4 


6 


17 


9 


8 


17 


5 


8 


1" 


2 


8 


18 


o 


S 


19 


4 


6 


IS 


8 


8 



MERIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS 
174 members, for the last year of their academic course — Continued 



41 



Seaman- 
ship and 
flight 
tactics 


Ordnance 

and 
gunnery 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 

aero- 
nautics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Lan- 
guages 


Hygiene 


Aptitude 
for 

service 


Aggre- 
gate 

fourth 
year 


Maximum 


60 


64 


32 


56 


60 


20 


32 


8 


68 


400 


45.91 


45.76 


22.96 


38.57 


40.84 


13.35 


23.60 


6.66 


52.87 


290.52 


41.71 


45.36 


20.48 


36.61 


39.35 


12.80 


21.92 


6.20 


46.75 


271. 18 


41.55 


42.40 


20.96 


37.31 


41.07 


14.20 


23.76 


6.26 


56. 10 


283. 61 


45.50 


49.52 


22.24 


41.86 


42.60 


13.70 


22.08 


5.50 


61.03 


304. 03 


46.93 


49.20 


22.80 


40.46 


43.53 


13.25 


20.92 


5.66 


61.37 


304.12 


40.83 


42. 48 


20.16 


38.71 


39.76 


12.85 


21.20 


5.82 


54.91 


276. 72 


46.80 


50.48 


23.84 


41.65 


43.44 


14.60 


2L28 


7.02 


49.13 


298. 24 


49.05 


47.60 


23.60 


41.72 


47.15 


15.65 


23.08 


6.44 


61.03 


315. 32 


45.92 


50.56 


22.32 


41.30 


44.59 


14.55 


23.60 


6.62 


56.95 


306. 41 


47.45 


47.04 


21.84 


43.68 


45.73 


14.60 


25.64 


6.68 


60.69 


313. 35 


47.52 


52.40 


25.52 


41.51 


43.10 


15.95 


22.36 


7.08 


54.74 


310. 18 


40.72 


42.88 


20.88 


36.75 


39.71 


13.40 


27.32 


5.58 


51.00 


278.24 


44.96 


41.68 


20.00 


37.10 


39.71 


14.75 


21.56 


6.20 


55.42 


281. 38 


41.50 


44.72 


20.24 


36.47 


39.18 


13.65 


21.20 


5.44 


46.24 


268.64 


44.40 


44.48 


20.40 


37.24 


40.29 


15.25 


23.20 


6.14 


53.72 


285. 12 


50.05 


52.72 


26.48 


42.49 


45.81 


15.25 


26.44 


6.98 


57.80 


324. 02 


48.61 


49, 92 


23.60 


41.02 


46.68 


15.35 


27.64 


6.62 


55.08 


314. 52 


46.18 


50.64 


23.84 


40.88 


44.19 


14.85 


23.68 


6.92 


68.00 


319. 18 


45.32 


45.52 


21.36 


38.50 


41.98 


13.90 


22.04 


6.08 


51.85 


286. 55 


45.84 


45.44 


21.84 


36.82 


39.57 


15.35 


24.92 


6.34 


65.62 


301. 74 


51. 27 


54.56 


25.36 


43.89 


45.75 


17.00 


21.64 


6.66 


61.54 


327. 67 


44.59 


46.64 


22.24 


38.99 


41. 57 


13.55 


21.56 


5.78 


53.55 


288. 47 


41.66 


42.40 


19.76 


37.10 


40.46 


13.00 


21.00 


5.84 


55.25 


276. 47 


48.33 


46.56 


23.60 


38.08 


42.51 


15.30 


23.84 


6.32 


54.91 


299. 45 


41.78 


44.64 


22.08 


36.12 


39.21 


13.50 


20.64 


6.08 


61.54 


285. 59 


43.65 


46.00 


23.28 


38.08 


40.19 


14.30 


22.28 


5.78 


53.55 


287. 11 


42.17 


48.72 


22.24 


39.62 


42.25 


13.50 


21.80 


6.30 


56.95 


293. 55 


51.04 


52.32 


25.68 


42.70 


46.18 


14.00 


24.00 


6.64 


58.48 


321. 04 


42.34 


44.08 


20.96 


37.03 


39.83 


14.20 


26.32 


5.76 


54.06 


284.58 


41.38 


42.40 


20.56 


36.26 


40.63 


13.40 


21.40 


6.38 


51.85 


274. 26 


49.60 


48.96 


26.64 


40.53 


47.18 


15.00 


22.32 


6.84 


48.28 


305. 35 


49.23 


52.72 


24.40 


41.86 


46.87 


16.30 


26.36 


7.28 


62.39 


327. 41 


43.57 


44.48 


22.40 


37.73 


40.34 


14.95 


22.44 


6.76 


56.95 


289. 62 


49.88 


49.36 


26.88 


41.37 


42.92 


16.10 


26.52 


6.20 


53.21 


312. 44 


41.85 


46.40 


20.88 


37.59 


41.27 


12.75 


22.96 


5.66 


56.27 


285. 63 


44.81 


48.40 


24.08 


40.25 


45.43 


14.00 


22.20 


7.08 


55.93 


302. 18 


46.79 


47.68 


23.44 


40.46 


43.90 


14.75 


23.84 


6.66 


58.99 


306. 51 


42.51 


45.84 


21.04 


39.48 


44.06 


13.25 


21.32 


6.10 


53.21 


286.81 


43.13 


43.44 


20.96 


37.17 


40.28 


13.70 


21.60 


6.52 


52.36 


279. 16 


45.60 


50.96 


24.72 


40.11 


41.48 


14.30 


24.32 


6.04 


58.82 


306. 35 


42.67 


45.12 


22:64 


35.84 


39.57 


12.65 


20.72 


5.66 


55.93 


280. 80 


44.81 


46.24 


21.20 


38.85 


40.73 


14.15 


22.64 


6.08 


53.55 


288. 25 


47.53 


48.32 


22.00 


42.28 


44.85 


15.20 


25.76 


7.22 


55.76 


308.92 


46.74 


51.68 


23.36 


39.97 


42.72 


13.75 


22.20 


6.10 


53.72 


300. 24 


45.36 


48.24 


21.68 


38.43 


42.95 


14.05 


22.84 


5.82 


58.99 


298.36 


41.86 


45.12 


21.36 


35.49 


41.00 


13.05 


21.52 


5.88 


55.25 


280. 53 


45.86 


49.36 


25.12 


40.88 


44.72 


15.75 


26.88 


6.28 


57.12 


311. 97 


45.24 


46.08 


20.32 


37.52 


39.30 


15.55 


21.48 


5.94 


62.73 


294.16 


44.96 


48.64 


21.20 


38.29 


41.41 


14.70 


21.64 


5.98 


59.84 


296. 66 


42.32 


46.08 


21.60 


37.03 


39.81 


15.40 


24.20 


6.40 


53.72 


286.56 


49.41 


53.04 


29.20 


48.72 


52.75 


16.25 


23.12 


7.02 


63.75 


343.26 


49.31 


49.20 


22.24 


40.25 


43.04 


15.65 


22.88 


7.06 


60.35 


309. 98 


48.26 


52.40 


26.96 


41.30 


45.43 


13.65 


25.20 


6.30 


60.86 


320. 36 


43.24 


44.40 


20.72 


38.36 


39.97 


14.65 


23.44 


6.02 


64.26 


295. 06 


44.91 


48.88 


24.16 


37.17 


40.06 


16.15 


23.64 


5.02 


59.50 


299.49 



42 



MERIT KOLL — GRADUATING CLASS 



Merit roll of the midshipmen of the graduating class (class of 1928), 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 







Sea 


Age at date 


service 


of admis- 


in prac- 


sion 


tice 




ships 






OT 






.a 


fl 












>* 


a 
o 

3 


a 
o 

2 


P 


17 


li 


8 


14 


19 


3 


8 


14 


18 


5 


11 


8 


16 


9 


8 


14 


19 


2 


8 


14 


18 


11 


7 


6 


17 


8 


8 


14 


18 


6 


8 


14 


19 





8 


14 


17 


10 


8 


14 



"1 Watts, Charles Robert 

M C35 Weir, Kenneth Herbert 

92 White, John Timothy... 

168 Whittington, Harry Braden 

136 Williams, John Alton... 

119 Wood, Robert Winthrop 

87 Wyatt, Joe Earle 

Young, Edwin James Stephens . 

12 Zabilsky, John 

75 Zook, Hurley McCune 



Ohio 

New York, 
.—do 



Illinois 

Connecticut 

At large (Pres.). 
South Carolina.. 
At large (Pres.). 
Rhode Island. .. 
Missouri 



June 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
June 
Sept. 
July 
July 
July 



30, 1924 
17, 1924 

9. 1923 
13, 1924 

4. 1924 
18, 1924 

4,1923 
17, 1924 
2, 1924 
9, 1923 






MERIT ROLL — GRADUATING CLASS 
1 74 members, for the last year of their academic course — Continued 



43 



Seaman- 
ship and 
flight 
tactics 


Ordnance 

and 
gunnery 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 

aero- 
nautics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Lan- 
guages 


Hygiene 


Aptitude 

for 
service 


Aggre- 
gate 

fourth 
year 


Maximum 


60 


64 


32 


56 


60 


20 


32 


8 


68 


400 


54.85 
49.31 
46.18 
40.88 
43.88 
44.18 
46.17 
43.94 
50.88 
46.20 


56.08 
48.80 
49.76 
44.80 
47.04 
48.88 
47.12 
49.60 
51.60 
49.76 


29.04 
25.84 
24.24 
21.36 
21.68 
22.64 
21.12 
22.88 
23.60 
22.88 


47.74 
41.23 
36.61 
36.19 
38.57 
37.59 
39.69 
39.20 
41.02 
38.64 


52.19 
46.14 
41.89 
39.64 
41.23 
41.26 
42.71 
42.73 
45.10 
41.11 


17.75 
14.05 
13.70 
13. 70 
13.30 
14.50 
13.65 
13.85 
17.00 
14.15 


28.00 
23.16 
21.24 
21.40 
21.60 
22.84 
22.64 
24.80 
30.04 
22.84 


7.34 
6.60 
5.72 
5.28 
5.72 
5.76 
.6.76 
5.78 
6.18 
6.80 


63.92 
59.67 
59.50 
51.85 
54.23 
53.55 
59.84 
55.59 
62.39 
60.35 


356. 91 
314.80 
298.84 
275. 10 
287.25 
291.20 
299.70 
298. 37 
327.81 
302. 73 



44 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 



Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present first class (class of 1929), 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 



107 

124 



A damson, Frank Marshall 

Akin, Harvey Davidson.- 

Allen, William Carlton 

Anderson, Samuel Clay 

Andrews, John, jr 

Arthur, William Samuel 

Ashford, George Woodson 

Bacher, Edward Johnson 

Baird, Lincoln 

Baldauf, Laurence Charles 

Ballinger, Richard Robert 

Beardsley, George Francis 

Benson, Roy Stanley 

Bermingham, John Michael... 

Bernet, Howard Cavender 

Berzowski, Joseph 

Bond, Awtry Lawrence 

Bouchard, Irvine Henry.. 

Boyd, Alston Maury, jr 

Brandley. Frank Albin — 

Brewster, Willits Alden 

Briant, Granville Charles 

Brrtt, Jacob William 

Brown, Melvin George 

Brown, Winston Seaborn. 

Brownlee, Robert Carson, 2d._ 

Brunton, Charles Edward 

Bryson, William Franklyn 

Buckalew, William Dorsey 

Burke, Edward Joseph 

Bush, Burl Heber 

Bush, Donald Porter.. 

Butler, Edward Francis 

Butts, "ft hitmore Spencer. 

Canning, William Myles 

Canty, Joseph Patrick 

Carlson, Daniel 

Carmichael, George Kennedy.. 

Carver, Lamar Peyton 

Cashman, William Arthur 

Christie, Carl Guilford 

Clark, Robert Nicholson Scott. 

Coe, Benjamin 

Coffin, Harry Nelson 

Coleman, William Francis 

Collett, John Austin 

Collins, Ernest Clifford 

Cone, Gordon 

Cone, Henry Shipman 

Conley, Edwin Gus 

Conn ell, Robert Joseph 

Crichton. Charles Helmick 

Crist, Raymond Fowler, jr 



Soulh Dakota.. 
North Carolina . 

Oklahoma 

Iowa.. 

North Dakota.. 
do... 



Georgia ! 

Massachusetts j 

Ohio.. 

Pennsylvania 

California 

Illinois ; 

New Hampshire 

New York 

Missouri 

Wisconsin 

Georgia 

Montana 

Tennessee 

Oklahoma 

Wyoming 

Kentucky i 

Alaska 

Ohio. \ 

Georgia 

New York 

California 

Illinois 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania i 

do ' 



June 25,1925 
June 23,1925 
June 16,1925 
June 22,1925 
Sept. 1,1925 
June 15,1925 
July 1, 1925 
June 25,1925 
June 16,1925 
do 



June 15,1925 
June 25,1925 
June 16,1925 
do 



Wyoming 

New York 

West Virginia _. 
North Dakota.. 

Illinois 

Washington 

North Carolina. 

Minnesota 

New York 

Missouri 

At large (Pres.) . 

Illinois 

Maine 

Pennsylvania. . 

Nebraska 

Maine 

Ohio 

Arkansas 

Idaho 

New Jersey 

Kansas 

New York 



do 

do 

June 27,1925 
July 30.1925 
June 16,1925 
July 11,1925 
June 27,1925 
June 17,1925 
June 19,1925 
June 15,1925 
July 3. 1925 
July 21,1925 
July 15,1925 
June 17,1925 
June 15,1925 
June 18,1925 
Aug. 31,1925 
June 17,1925 
June 25,1925 
June 17,1925 
— .do 



Aug. 12.. 
June 15, 
June 16, 
do.. 



1925 
1925 
1925 



do... 

do-. 

June 15, 
June 17, 
July 2. 
June 16, 

do... 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



June 15. 
June 17, 
June 18, 
June 16, 
do... 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



June 27, 
June IS, 



1925 
1925 



IS 
17 
18 
18 
20 
IS 
17 
16 
17 
19 
18 
17 
18 
19 
17 
18 
19 
18 
19 
19 
18 
18 
20 
19 
16 
18 
19 
19 
18 
17 
18 
18 
16 
18 
18 
18 
19 
18 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
17 
17 
19 
20 
20 
19 
18 
18 
17 



/' 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 45 

for the third year of their academic course, 251 members, June, 1928 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Seaman- 
ship and 
flight 
tactics 


Ordnance 
and gun- 
nery 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 

aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electri- 
cal engi- 
neering 
and 

physics 


Apti- 
tude for 
service 


Aggregate 
third 
year 








Maximum 








Months 


Days 


24 


24 


56 


56 


36 


56 


48 


300 


8 


9 


19.86 


20.76 


48. 82 


45.88 


32.13 


46. 16 


44.16 


257. 77 


8 


9 


19.02 


18.84 


42.74 


40.66 


28.71 


40.84 


38.28 


229.09 


8 


9 


20.94 


21.54 


48.96 


47.82 


31.68 


47.74 


41.04 


259. 72 


6 


27 


20.82 


21.48 


46.26 


47.74 


30.06 


48.68 


41.04 


256. 08 


8 


9 


18.84 


19.50 


40.88 


41.16 


26.10 


39.98 


38.40 


224. 86 


6 


20 


17.22 


19.26 


43.40 


39.44 


26.10 


39.52 


42.12 


227.06 


8 


9 


19.44 


21.06 


42.32 


43.80 


26.37 


44.10 


43.92 


241. 01 


8 


9 


19.86 


18.12 


47.80 


40.86 


30.69 


46.94 


39.48 


243. 75 


8 


9 


20.76 


22.02 


51. 20 


49.50 


34.02 


51.02 


42.60 


271. 12 


8 


9 


19.32 


20.16 


48.40 


41.54 


31.05 


46.48 


44.76 


251. 71 


8 


9 


18.96 


20.10 


41. 18 


41.46 


26.64 


39.92 


40.92 


229. 18 


8 


9 


18.30 


19.68 


46.02 


43.80 


28.17 


39.64 


40.44 


236. 05 


8 


9 


19.68 


19.38 


47.94 


38.80 


26.37 


40.34 


38.16 


230. 67 


8 


9 


16.86 


19.32 


42.04 


39.50 


24.39 


40. 26 


39.96 


222. 33 


7 


28 


19.14 


19.80 


43.14 


42.96 


26.64 


38.82 


41.64 


232. 14 


8 


9 


19.98 


20.94 


45.90 


46.42 


28.80 


46.84 


38.52 


247.40 


8 


9 


16.26 


16.38 


39.12 


36.80 


24. 12 


37.98 


35.88 


206.54 


5 


18 


17.10 


18.66 


38.20 


40.76 


26.10 


44.70 


38.16 


223. 68 


8 


9 


17.64 


19.80 


39.28 


40.42 


25.02 


39.08 


38.16 


219. 40 


5 


29 


17.04 


16.92 


36.14 


37.02 


22.68 


37.06 


42.84 


209. 70 


8 


9 


19.44 


17.34 


41.10 


38.44 


26.64 


39.82 


35.16 


217. 94 


8 


9 


17.82 


19.74 


40.66 


42.02 


26.73 


41.20 


38.76 


226. 93 


6 


25 


16.98 


17.40 


39.28 


37.46 


25.38 


37.62 


38.16 


212.28 


8 


9 


19.32 


19.44 


39.78 


40.78 


26.37 


39.52 


39.36 


224.57 


7 


1 


18.84 


20.34 


44.80 


38.72 


28.26 


40.34 


38.88 


230. 18 


8 


9 


19.38 


20.82 


46.14 


43.12 


29.70 


43.36 


39.96 


242.48 


8 


9 


16.44 


18.30 


36.86 


40.42 


23.85 


37.66 


39.00 


212. 53 


8 


9 


15.84 


18.90 


38.14 


37.96 


24.84 


38.18 


36.48 


210. 34 


8 


1 


18.84 


18.78 


41.66 


40.30 


28.80 


41.42 


40.92 


230. 72 


4 


20 


16.14 


17.16 


40.66 


37.60 


24.57 


38.60 


40.68 


215. 41 


8 


9 


19.44 


18.36 


47.90 


39.24 


26.82 


44.32 


42. 24 


238.32 


5 


19 


19.80 


21.06 


46.64 


44.92 


30.33 


47.18 


41.52 


251. 45 


8 


9 


17.82 


17.88 


45.94 


40.22 


27.09 


40.46 


38.64 


228. 05 


4 


9 


17.10 


18.00 


40.22 


36.54 


28.26 


38.80 


40.80 


219. 72 


8 


9 


19.32 


19.38 


44.48 


42.02 


28.53 


44.76 


36.96 


235. 45 


8 


9 


19.02 


20.16 


47.32 


45.24 


30.06 


45.22 


44.04 


251. 06 


8 


9 


18.54 


20.40 


38.74 


41.68 


23.94 


37.86 


40.20 


221. 36 


8 


9 


17.28 


18.66 


39.86 


36.92 


25.92 


40.12 


40. 92 


219. 68 


8 


9 


18.60 


19.08 


45.72 


39.72 


29.16 


42.88 


39.96 


235. 12 


7 


28 


17.34 


18.90 


39.42 


38.32 


26.55 


40.22 


38.76 


219. 51 


8 


9 


17.46 


18.30 


37.44 


37.94 


23.67 


38.26 


38.52 


211. 59 


8 


9 


19.02 


17.40 


43.06 


39.08 


24.93 


39.02 


41.04 


223.55 


8 


5 


17.28 


18.78 


39.32 


39.08 


26.55 


40.86 


40.08 


221. 95 


8 


9 


17.64 


18.78 


42.60 


40.90 


25.38 


39.54 


39.36 


224. 20 


8 


9 


20.58 


20.40 


46.64 


45.36 


28.98 


44.60 


43.20 


249. 76 


8 


9 


18.66 


18.48 


43.38 


40.22 


26.37 


42.24 


40.56 


229. 91 


8 


9 


17.64 


17.64 


39.06 


37.70 


25.20 


39.02 


40.20 


216. 46 


8 


9 


18.06 


19.80 


40.28 


43.94 


25.92 


41.94 


37.32 


227. 26 


8 


9 


16.86 


17.82 


36.12 


36.90 


24.03 


37.96 


39.84 


209. 53 


8 


9 


17.28 


19.08 


40.88 


41.68 


25.47 


38.16 


39.24 


221. 79 


8 


9 


16.56 


16.74 


37.06 


36.62 


24.39 


36.90 


39. 00 . 


207. 27 


7 


28 


18.90 


19.98 


41.28 


42.78 


25.38 


39.54 


41.76 


229. 62 


8 


9 


17.94 


19.44 


42.16 


40.72 


26.28 


39.78 


40.92 


227. 24 



1501—28- 



46 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present first class (class of 1929), for the 



Order 

of 
general 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 


Years 


Months 


, 




20 


1 


20 





18 


7 


17 


11 


17 


1 


18 


8 


17 


3 


19 


5 


18 


5 


18 


10 


18 


11 


17 





19 


8 


19 


10 


19 


6 


17 


11 


19 





17 





19 


o 


19 


2 


18 


5 


20 





20 


2 


18 


11 


17 


6 


16 


11 


18 


2 


19 





19 


2 


19 





19 


3 


16 


10 


18 


1 


18 


10 


19 


11 


16 


8 


19 


11 


19 





18 


5 


20 


2 


19 





18 


4 


19 


9 


20 


2 


18 


8 


19 





19 


5 


19 


2 


20 





18 


5 


18 


7 


17 


11 


19 


5 


18 


2 



131 
247 
162 
183 

90 
179 

30 
222 

39 
151 

46 
188 
235H 
141 
187 

41 
242 

96H 
140 

63 

91 
216 

83 
134 
129 

*: 

194 

65 

59 
226 
191 

40 
113 
219 

20 
190 
146 
155 

82 

55 
122 

33 
206 
182 
159 
203 
105 
119 
136 
229 

75 

43 
215 
*15 



Curry, Manly Lamar 

Dalton, Donald Henry 

Darnell, William Irvin 

D'Avi, Joseph Arthur 

Davidson, John Frederick- _ 

Davis, Royce Purinton . 

Davison, John Walter 

Davison, Thurlow Weed 

Deiter, George Hedwig 

Denbo, Robert Wayne. 

Denham, Walter Sam. 

Dennett, Erie Van Emburgh 

Dickinson, Milton Carey 

Dodson, Edwin Neil 

Dowling, Dean Berrow.. 

Duborg, Francis Rahr. 

D ufiy , Leonard Vincent 

Duval, Joseph Berwick, jr.. 

Duvall, Gordon Franklin 

Dye, Williston Lamar 

Dyer, Edward Colston 

Earl, Elliott 

Easton, William Thomas. 

Eller, Donald Temple—. 

Epps, William Bunyon 

Fanin, James Moore, jr 

Fenton, Charles Rudolph 

Ferrier, David Tweed 

Fitzgerald, Charles Tuckerman 

Flatley, James Henry, jr. 

Foley, James Louis.. 

Foley, Paul, jr 

Folger, Edward Clinton, jr 

Ford, William Everett 

Fox, Leonard Oron 

Frank, Nickolas John Frederick, jr. 

Frankel, Samuel Benjamin. 

Galbraith, William Jackson 

Garland, Guy Puett.. 

Garner, Howard Robert 

Garrett, Kenneth Howard 

Gates, William Shinn... 

Giese, Carl Emil... 

Gray, Allan McLeod 

Greenamyer, Lloyd Keyes. 

Griffith, Samuel Blair, 2d..., 

Hall, Finley Elliot 

Hannon, Edward Robert 

Hardin, James Thomas 

Hart, Russell Armour 

Hastings, William Thomas, jr 

Heinlein, Robert Anson 

Hezlep, James McBurney... 

Hiemenz, Herbert John 



Georgia 

Illinois. 

Oklahoma 

New York 

Pennsylvania. . 

Maine. 

Massachusetts. 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Indiana 

Tennessee 

New Jersey 

Alabama 

....do 



do 

Nevada 

Illinois 

Louisiana 

California 

At large (Pres.) 

Maryland 

Massachusetts .. 

California 

Virginia.. 

Georgia 

Louisiana 

Maryland 

Missouri 

Arkansas 

Wisconsin 

California 

South Carolina. 
Massachusetts.. 

Texas.. 

Oregon 

Michigan 

New York 

Tennessee 

Oklahoma 

Kentucky 

Utah 

Pennsylvania... 

Wisconsin 

Missouri 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania... 

Mississippi 

Illinois... 

Texas. 

Pennsylvania. 

New York. 

Missouri. 

Ohio. 

Minnesota. 



June 16,1925 
Aug. 31,1925 
June 15,1925 
June 29,1925 
June 17,1925 
June 30,1925 
June 16,1925 
.—do— 



June 20,1925 
June 16,1925 
June 19,1925 
June 22,1925 
June 16,1925 
June 17,1925 
June 18,1925* 
June 23,1925 
Sept. 14, 1925 
June 24,1925 
July 8, 1925 
June 15,1925 
June 16,1925 

..—do 

Aug. 26,1925 
June 16,1925 
June 22,1925 
June 17,1925 
June 29,1925 
June 16,1925 
June 17,1925 
June 22,1925 
June 24,1925 
July 15,1925 
June 18,1925 
June 16,1925 
July 10,1925 
June 22,1925 
June 17,1925 
Aug. 31,1925 
June 15,1925 
June 16,1925 
July 15,1925 ] 
June 22,1925 
July 13,1925 
June 16,1925 
June 29,1925 
June 18,1925 
June 16, 1925 
June 15,1925 
June 16,1925 
June 22,1925 
July 6, 1925 
June 16,1925 

....do 

July 3, 1925 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 

third year of their academic course, 251 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



47 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Seaman- 
ship and 
flight 
tactics 


Ordnance 
and gun- 
nery 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 

aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electri- 
cal engi- 
neering 

and 
physics 


Apti- 
tude for 
service 


Aggregate 
third 
year 


Maximum 


Months 


Days 


24 


24 


56 


56 


. 36 


56 


48 


300 


8 


9 


18.90 


19.56 


38.70 


41.96 


24.66 


39.30 


42.84 


225. 92 


8 


9 


15.36 


15.54 


36.16 


35.94 


23.94 


36.60 


36.60 


200. 14 


8 


9 


18.06 


18.60 


44.' 92 


38.20 


24.66 


38.14 


39.00 


221. 58 


8 


9 


18.36 


18.24 


38.80 


38.04 


26.91 


37.54 


40.08 


217. 97 


7 





18.60 


19.68 


44.26 


40.70 


25.92 


41.10 


42.12 


232.38 


8 


9 


18.24 


17.34 


41.56 


37.68 


26.10 


38.02 


39.72 


218. 66 


8 


9 


19.74 


20.88 


47.52 


42.54 


30.42 


48.28 


41.28 


250. 66 


8 


9 


16.44 


16.92 


36.50 


37.36 


25.02 


36.24 


41.52 


210 00 


8 


9 


21.90 


21.48 


46.52 


43.10 


27.45 


44.00 


43.68 


248. 13 


8 


9 


18.06 


19.98 


39.98 


41.86 


24.66 


39.66 


38.40 


222. 60 


8 


9 


20.34 


20.82 


46.64 


44.38 


30.15 


47.20 


37.32 


246.85 


8 


9 


17.04 


17.34 


38.18 


37.90 


25.47 


39.38 


42.36 


217. 67 


8 


9 


16.08 


15.96 


38.04 


36.86 


23.85 


36.90 


40.44 


208. 13 


8 


9 


19.86 


19.14 


41.82 


39.18 


24.66 


39.74 


39.84 


224. 24 


7 


7 


17.22 


17.40 


38.84 


38.54 


25.29 


38.02 


42.48 


217. 79 


5 


1 


19.74 


20.10 


44.98 


43.84 


31.50 


44.76 


42.84 


247. 76 


8 


9 


16.20 


15.78 


40.06 


35.46 


23.13 


35.58 


39.24 


205. 45 


8 


9 


18.48 


18.72 


44.58 


41.24 


27.18 


43.04 


38.16 


231. 40 


8 


9 


17.82 


19.26 


39.54 


42.16 


25.92 


39.86 


39.72 


224. 28 


8 


9 


18.78 


20.40 


43.34 


43.66 


27.45 


43.80 


41.40 


238. 83 


7 


28 


18.84 


19.50 


42.46 


39.28 


26.55 


42.08 


43.44 


232. 15 


8 


9 


16.62 


17.64 


37.88 


38.94 


24.93 


37.88 


37.20 


211. 09 


5 


29 


18.24 


19.98 


40.56 


43.14 


29.52 


39.66 


42.48 


233. 58 


8 


9 


18.42 


19.08 


41.54 


40.66 


27.09 


38.12 


39.96 


224. 87 


8 


9 


18.78 


19.74 


38.72 


43.18 


25.56 


30.82 


42.00 


226. 80 


8 


9 


21.30 


21.66 


50.14 


44.50 


32.13 


47.84 


43.20 


260. 77 


8 


9 


17.64 


18.66 


38.86 


39.02 


25.02 


38. 16 


39.24 


216. 60 


7 


7 


19.56 


17.94 


42.52 


41.02 


27.27 


46.30 


43.92 


238. 53 


8 


9 


19.80 


19.86 


45.72 


42.46 


25.74 


44.20 


42.48 


240. 26 


8 


9 


17.16 


18.00 


38.48 


38.12 


24.21 


37.26 


36.36 


209. 59 


8 


9 


17.64 


17.94 


39.56 


40.34 


24.93 


36.86 


39.96 


217. 23 


8 


9 


20.84 


22.08 


44.62 


45.82 


27.54 


43.64 


43.32 


247. 86 


8 


9 


19.56 


19.56 


45.00 


38.10 


26.91 


41.54 


38.40 


229. 07 


7 


7 


16.08 


16.74 


41.98 


36.30 


25.83 


38.66 


34.68 


210. 27 


8 


9 


20.70 


21.48 


48.14 


45.50 


27.27 


46.46 


42.84 


252. 39 


8 


9 


19.20 


18.48 


38.42 


39.26 


24.03 


38.98 


38.88 


217.25 


8 


9 


17.70 


19.80 


39.94 


39.56 


25.74 


40.54 


40.20 


• 223. 48 


8 


9 


18.12 


18.54 


41.16 


38.08 


27.63 


40.66 


38.16 


222. 35 


8 


9 


19.38 


19.56 


43.56 


42.72 


26.10 


42.86 


39.72 


233. 90 


8 


9 


20.04 


20.88 


43.90 


45.74 


24.48 


46.06 


40.08 


241. 18 


8 


9 


18.24 


20.16 


41.28 


43.38 


26.82 


39.32 


38.16 


227. 36 


8 


9 


20.40 


21.30 


47.30 


44.98 


30.51 


46.56 


39.00 


250.05 


4 


10 


16.86 


17.64 


36.32 


38.54 


24.03 


37.76 


42.24 


213. 39 


8 


9 


18.06 


18.12 


41.96 


37.86 


24.75 


39.38 


38.04 


218. 17 


8 


9 


17.40 


18.30 


43.30 


37.98 


26.28 


38.46 


40.08 


221. 80 


8 


9 


17.88 


18.60 


39.80 


37.76 


26.01 


38.26 


35.76 


214.07 


8 


9 


19.02 


18.42 


42.92 


41.90 


26.37 


41.78 


39.48 


229. 89 


8 


9 


18.72 


17.88 


46.60 


37.94 


27.36 


41.54 


37.92 


227. 96 


4 


20 


16.74 


17.82 


42.54 


37.74 


28.26 


38.28 


43.44 


224. 82 


8 


9 


16.44 


16.14 


38.02 


35.98 


25.74 


36.56 


40.56 


209. 44 


8 


9 


19.26 


20.10 


42.86 


40.38 


28.44 


45.34 


39.60 


235. 98 


8 


9 


20.34 


20.76 


45.82 


44.44 


29.88 


48.12 


38.04 


247. 40 


8 


9 


15.66 


17.64 


38.18 


36.38 


25.02 


37.54 


41.16 


211. 58 


1 8 


9 


19.56 


20.94 


49.96 


46.90 


30.51 


46.30 


40.92 


255. 09 



48 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present first class (class of 1929), for the 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Hill, Arthur Sinclair Pennsylvania June 17,1925 

Hinman, Maurice Blackwell. Montana. Sept. 8,1925 

Hogle, Reynold Delos Texas' June 16,1925 

Hood, Alexander Haldeman Pennsylvania j June 18,1925 

Huelskamp, Wilfred James Minnesota ' June 16,1925 

Huff, Gerald Lewis Illinois June 15,1925 

Humphrey, Pat List -J Missouri | June 22,1925 

Hutchins, Edward Francis I New York ' July 2,1925 

Hutchison, Charles Kenneth.. i Washington ; June 22,1925 

Jackson, Roy Iowa \ June 15,1925 

Johansen, Gustave Norman Rhode Island Aug. 8,1925 

Johnson, Carl Arthur. j New York June 16,1925 

Johnson, Chandler Wilce Illinois June 17,1925 

Johnson, Everett Royal Nebraska July 3,1925 

Johnson, Francis Joseph Texas June 19,1925 

Johnson, Roy Lee Louisiana June 15,1925 

Jones, Loyd Hoadley New York June 17,1925 

Jordan, Francis Dixon North Carolina '• Aug. 17,1925 

New York ; July 3,1925 

Virginia June 22,1925 

June 18,1925 
June 15,1925 



Junghans, Earl Austin 

Kabler , William Leverette 

Karrer, Harold Edward Iowa.. 

Keatley, John Hancock do 

Keeler, Frederic Seward j Illinois. do... 

Kennedy, Marvin Granville Missouri Aug. 31, 

Kent, Thomas Everett, jr At large (Pres.) July 11, 

Keyes, Raymond Stedman, jr do July 15, 

Kirk, Oliver Graf ton.. _ Ohio June 19, 

Kohr, George Lester ; Pennsylvania ' June 17, 

Kuhn, Frederick William.. j New Jersey ; do... 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



Lake, James Bushrod, jr Louisiana ■ June 15,1925 

Lake, Richard Cross Indiana i June 16,1925 

Lang, Harry Cox ; New Jersey. July 14,1925 

Laning, Caleb Barrett. j Missouri... Aug. 10,1925 

Ledbetter, Otho Christopher j California I Aug. 12,1925 

Lincoln, Samuel Ankeney, jr i Iowa j June 15,1925 

Lippert, Frederick George. ! Pennsylvania j June 24,1925 

Loomis, Almon Ellsworth Oregon ! June 16,1925 

Lucas, Albert Davis j Mississippi ' do 

Lynch, Ralph Clinton, jr New York do 

MacFarlane, Harold Archibald i Massachusetts I June 22, 

Mains, MacDonald Crawford ; New York Aug. 14 

Marchant, William Alexander i do | June 24, 



Marcy, Clayton Clifton Wyoming 

Martin, Edwin Prather ' Kentuc,y 

Martin, Melvin Micajah Georgia 

Mattie, Dominic Lewis. ! New York 

McAlpin, John Volney, jr At large (Pres.). 

McCauley, Clayton C hot . : Texas 

McClure, William Howard Kansas 

McCoy, Robert Bruce _.' Ohio 

McElroy, John Harper Alabama 

McGinnis, Robert DeVore Ohio... 

McGregor, Rob Roy ; At large (Pres.). 

Mclntyre, Lee Emerson Nebraska .. 



June 22, 
June 17, 
June 27, 
June 15, 
June 16, 
June 26, 
June 16, 
.-.do... 
...-do... 
Aug. 10, 
June 16, 
June 15, 



1925 
1925 
1924 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



1925 
1925 
1925 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 49 

tthird year of their academic course i 251 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Seaman- 
ship and 
flight 
tactics 


Ordnance 
and gun- 
nery 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 

aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electri- 
cal engi- 
neering 

and 
physics 


Apti- 
tude for 
service 


Aggregate 
third 
year 


Maximum 


Months 
8 


Days 


24 


24 


56 


56 


36 


56 


48 


300 


9 


18.66 


19.80 


43.02 


40.84 


25.47 


43.76 


39.96 


231. 51 


8 


9 


19.56 


19.50 


47.98 


44.64 


31.68 


47.30 


42.36 


253. 02 


7 


7 


18.12 


19.74 


44.10 


39.92 


27.36 


40.18 


40.20 


229. 62 


8 


9 


18.30 


18.90 


41.26 


41.36 


24.48 


41.02 


39.12 


224.44 


8 


9 


19.56 


18.72 


45.04 


41.10 


26.28 


39. 72 


38.52 


228. 94 


8 


9 


19.98 


21.18 


48.50 


44.26 


28.17 


46. 06 


43. 92 


252. 07 


8 


9 


17.94 


18.90 


44. 76 


40.76 


28.80 


47.32 


37.20 


235. 68 


7 


7 


18.72 


20.04 


42.54 


41.08 


27.36 


41.58 


47.76 


239. 08 


8 


9 


18.24 


17.70 


44.32 


37.00 


25.47 


37.18 


38.76 


218. 67 


7 


7 


19.02 


18.72 


43.50 


41.90 


28.98 


42.36 


44.28 


238. 76 


8 


9 


18.12 


20.16 


39.04 


42.50 


24.39 


38.18 


40.32 


222. 71 


8 


9 


18.60 


19.44 


36.64 


39.54 


25.20 


36.88 


39.72 


216. 02 


7 


11 


18.30 


18.60 


43.70 


38.62 


26.01 


41.22 


43.92 


230. 37 


8 


9 


17.70 


17.22 


39.26 


37.22 


25.56 


38.62 


33.72 


209. 30 


8 


9 


16.14 


17.16 


38.58 


39.62 


26.19 


38.60 


37.44 


213. 73 


8 


9 


18.24 


19.68 


45.02 


42.34 


27.36 


43.36 


40.44 


236. 44 


8 


9 


18.84 


19.50 


43.98 


39.96 


28.08 


39.14 


35.40 


224. 90 


8 


9 


17.46 


19.92 


40. 02 


42.58 


26.19 


40.70 


36.48 


223. 35 


8 


9 


19.80 


21.18 


47.34 


45.76 


27.36 


45.62 


42.84 


249. 90 


8 


9 


19.74 


21.66 


47.94 


44.40 


29.79 


46.28 


37.56 


247. 37 


8 


9 


19.56 


19.38 


43.32 


41.82 


27.09 


43.70 


39.48 


234. 35 


6 


26 


20.88 


21.90 


50.62 


47.46 


32.85 


47.86 


42.24 


263. 81 


8 


9 


18.18 


18.42 


46.28 


41.70 


26.55 


40.08 


38.28 


229. 49 


8 


9 


19.44 


18.78 


45.20 


40.16 


26.82 


40.50 


45.24 


236. 14 


8 


9 


20.40 


21.00 


47.66 


45.56 


29.88 


45.88 


41.88 


252.20 


I 


9 


17.04 


18.36 


38.16 


37.58 


24.39 


37.52 


36.24 


209. 29 


9 


19.20 


20.76 


45.00 


45.00 


28.53 


43. 34' 


37.68 


239.51 


".7 


28 


18.72 


18.18 


39.08 


37.00 


27.09 


37.36 


40.44 


217. 87 


8 


9 


18.90 


19.02 


44.82 


42.54 


27.54 


42.54 


36.12 


231. 48 


8 


9 


16.74 


17.16 


36.84 


38.82 


25.20 


36.92 


35.16 


205. 84 


8 


9 


19.62 


20.16 


46.94 


43.70 


27.00 


46.72 


37.44 


241.58 


8 


9 


16.86 


17.94 


36.24 


37.00 


23.76 


34.84 


42.96 


209. 60 


8 


9 


19.50 


21.42 


46.92 


45.42 


29.79 


46.36 


40.68 


250. 09 


8 


9 


16. 50 


17.46 


39.12 


34.88 


25.38 


36.28 


37.80 


207.42 


6 


27 


18.72 


18.78 


40.70 


41.52 


25.38 


41.16 


41.52 


227. 78 


7 


2 


20.64 


19.50 


44.94 


40.92 


28.08 


46.20 


42.60 


242. 88 


8 


9 


17.40 


17.76 


39.34 


40.60 


25.74 


39.14 


40.92 


220. 90 


8 


9 


15.90 


17.46 


40.46 


37.16 


25.29 


39.96 


46.84 


223. 07 


8 


9 


19.38 


19.86 


46.36 


42.78 


26.19 


43.68 


40.92 


239. 17 


8 


9 


20.88 


21.48 


45.32 


46.70 


28.08 


46.76 


45.12 


254. 34 


8 


9 


19.32 


20.10 


43.14 


42.08 


26.01 


44.46 


43.20 


238. 31 


11 


5 


17.76 


17.40 


38.12 


36.86 


23.40 


37.34 


35.40 


206. 28 


8 


9 


18.36 


19.98 


43.46 


43.04 


27.72 


41.38 


38.76 


232. 70 


8 


9 


18.90 


20.04 


44.68 


43.58 


28.80 


42.78 


38.28 


237. 06 


8 


9 


17.58 


16.50 


41.48 


36.62 


27.18 


38.96 


34.92 


213. 24 


8 


9 


16.50 


19.98 


36.00 


39.72 


24.21 


37.28 


39.60 


213. 29 


8 


9 


18.48 


18.72 


40.56 


37.48 


24.03 


38.60 


32.40 


210. 27 


8 


9 


18.12 


20.04 


42.32 


44.18 


25.83 


40.78 


40.20 


231.47 


6 


17 


19.32 


20.88 


44.38 


45.20 


31.59 


46.74 


40.68 


248. 79 


8 


9 


19.80 


20.52 


46.90 


46.82 


29.25 


43.84 


43.68 


250.81 


7 


13 


15.90 


16.50 


38.80 


37.98 


24.30 


37.72 


42.84 


214. 04 


8 


9 


19.62 


20.34 


42.86 


41.94 


26.46 


40.42 


36.72 


228. 36 


8 


9 


17. io 


19.56 


40.60 


38.40 


25.65 


38.14 


43.08 


222. 53 


8 


9 


18.60 


19.20 


47.02 


38.78 


28.35 


42.32 


38.28 


232. 55 



50 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present first class (class of 1929), for the 



Order 

of 
general 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years 



192 
236 
155 
233 
31 
126 
176 



177 

34 

42 
168 
236K 
152 
210 



221 
217 

48 
102 
147 

53 
121 
*16 

49 
2:243 
197 
*14 
193 

47 

66 
118 

*5 
234 

23 
181 
245 

93 
rl06 
167 
154 
165 

72 

81 
202 

*3 
189 
^201 
227 
180 
100 
213 



McRoberts, Henry Johnston... 

Meeker, Charles Alton.. 

Miller, Adolph Jerome 

Miller, Cleaveland Fenner 

Miller, Clair LeMoine 

Mills, James Herve, jr 

Mitchell, Frank Paull, jr 

Moore, Clarence Joseph 

Moore, John Raymond 

Morgan, Claries Claude 

Morse, Leonard Townsend 

Murray, Homer Carr 

Nash, Herbert 

Nelson, Hugo Adolphus. 

Nelson, Paul John 

Nielsen Harold 

Novak, Frank 

O'Donnell, Edward Joseph 

Oliver, William 

O shorn, Philip Ransom 

Parish, Elliott Walter, jr 

Patrick, Goldsborough Serpell. 

Pennewill, William Ellison 

Perkins, Albert Carson 

Perreault, Seraphin Bach 

Persons, Henry Stanford, jr... 

Peterson. Carl Arthur 

Phillips, Charles Frederick 

Prause, Jack Hamilton 

Pryor, Knight 

Raby, John 

Ramsbotham, Robert Joynson. 

Ray, Herman Lamar 

Rembert, John Patrick, jr 

Richardson, Leslie Edward 

Richter, William Julius... 

Ricketts, Claude Vernon 

Roberts, Clyde Cameron 

Roberts, Deane Carroll 

Rodimon, Warner Scott. 

Rogers, Charlton Bernard, jr... 
Rooney, Roderick Shanahan... 

Roth, Egbert Adolph 

Roughton, Emery 

Schreiber, Earl Tobias 

Schwable, Frank Hawse 

Sharp, George Arthur 

Shute, Corben Clark 

Simpler, Leroy Coard 

Smith, Francis Stephens 

St. Angelo, Augustus Robert... 

Stephan, Edward Clark 

Stephens, Frank Briscoe 

Stewart, Claude Weaver 



Missouri 

Oklahoma 

Blinois 

Rhode Island 

Indiana 

Oregon 

New York 

Ohio 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Massachusetts 

Mississippi 

California... 

Kansas 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

New Jersey 

Massachusetts 

Maine 

Missouri 

Georgia 

At large (Pres.)... 

Delaware 

Idaho 

Kansas 

Alabama 

Connecticut 

Indiana 

'California 

At large (Pres.)... 

Michigan 

New Jersey 

Mississippi 

Texas 

Colorado 

Wisconsin 

Kansas 

Minnesota 

Oklahoma 

Massachusetts 

Tennessee 

New York 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

At large (Pres.) . . . 

Connecticut 

At large (Pres.)... 

Delaware.. 

Alaska 

Rhode Island 

Minnesota.. 

LTinois. 

Oklahoma 



July 18, 
July 8, 
June 15, 
June 16. 
June 17, 
June 16, 
do... 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



July 6, 
June 22, 
June 23, 
do... 



1925 
1925 
1925 



....do__. 
June 15, 
Aug. 19. 
June 17, 
June 22, 
June 16, 
June 18, 
June 16, 
Aug. 11. 
June 16, 
June 22, 
June 18, 
June 15, 
June 17, 
....do... 
June 15, 
Aug. 18. 
June 15, 

do... 

June 16. 
July 6. 
June 16, 
June 22, 
June 15, 
June 19, 
Aug. 28, 
June 15, 
do... 



1925 
1924 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



1925 
1924 
1925 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 

1925 
1925 
1925 | 
1925 



June 17, 
June 16, 
June 17, 
June 16, 
June 17, 
June 27, 
June 15, 
do... 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



June 16. 

do... 

July 24, 
July 6, 
June 29, 
July 21, 
June 15, 



1925 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 
third year of their academic course, 251 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



51 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Seaman- 
ship and 
flight 
tactics 


Ordnance 
and gun- 
nery 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 

aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electri- 
cal engi- 
neering 

and 
physics 


Apti- 
tude for 
service 


Aggregate 
third 
year 


Maximum 


Months 


Days 


24 


24 


56 


56 


36 


56 


48 


300 


8 


9 


17.64 


17.22 


39.04 


40.46 


25.20 


39.20 


38.40 


217. 16 


7 


7 


15.60 


16.50 


36.24 


36.56 


25.20 


37.36 


40.08 


207.54 


8 


9 


18.36 


18.06 


43.28 


38.36 


25.92 


36.62 


41.28 


221. 88 


8 


9 


16.74 


17.22 


37.40 


38.50 


25.20 


37.98 


36.12 


209. 16 


4 


20 


19.14 


20.70 


48.04 


42.54 


28.80 


43.58 


47.76 


250. 56 


8 


9 


18.54 


19.32 


43.44 


41.92 


25.65 


40.48 


37.68 


227. 03 


8 


9 


17.58 


18.54 


40.88 


39.98 


25.47 


39.96 


36.96 


219. 37 


8 


9 


19.50 


20.16 


43.94 


42.40 


30.78 


43.30 


40.20 


240. 28 


8 


9 


19.86 


20.58 


47.82 


44.90 


32.04 


46.84 


38.88 


250. 92 


7 


7 


17.22 


18.54 


39.78 


41.04 


25.20 


41.38 


36.00 


219. 16 


5 


1 


19.92 


20.70 


44.98 


44.64 


28.98 


45.24 


45.48 


249. 94 


8 


9 


19.80 


19.80 


46.92 


42.84 


29.97 


42.52 


45.60 


247. 45 


8 


9 


18.72 


19.20 


41.10 


40.86 


23.85 


38.70 


37.92 


220. 35 


5 


15 


16.68 


15.84 


39.58 


36.56 


24.39 


37.54 


36.84 


207. 43 


8 


9 


18.36 


18.96 


39.62 


40.86 


27.09 


39.66 


38.04 


222. 59 


5 


15 


17.34 


18.54 


36.94 


37.08 


25.56 


36.38 


40.92 


212. 76 


8 


9 


19.74 


20.46 


47.70 


43.44 


28.35 


48.66 


40.20 


248. 55 


8 


9 


18.36 


18.42 


45.84 


41.46 


30.15 


43.24 


39.72 


237. 19 


8 


9 


17.76 


17.28 


38.54 


36.86 


23.67 


36.76 


39.24 


210. 11 


8 


4 


15.78 


18.72 


38.20 


39.84 


24.30 


36.52 


37.20 


210. 56 


5 


18 


19.68 


19.92 


43.68 


43.22 


31.77 


43.24 


43.80 


245. 31 


8 


9 


18.24 


19.26 


43.52 


40.30 


27.45 


41.48 


39.96 


230. 21 


8 


9 


18.48 


18.96 


40.90 


41.50 


25.38 


39.36 


38.88 


223. 46 


8 


9 


18.72 


19.80 


44.70 


44.82 


27.63 


45.10 


41.16 


241. 93 


8 


9 


18.72 


19.14 


42.52 


40.40 


25.83 


39.72 


41.40 


227. 73 


8 


9 


19.50 


20.88 


50.38 


45.16 


30.24 


47.40 


41.52 


255. 08 


8 


9 


18.54 


21.24 


47.02 


43.94 


29.43 


44.24 


39.96 


244.37 


11 


5 


15.06 


15.66 


39.60 


37.54 


22.95 


36.40 


37.92 


205. 13 


8 


9 


19.20 


20.34 


39.84 


39.22 


24.57 


37.92 


34.44 


215. 53 


8 


9 


21.00 


20.70 


50.52 


43.70 


33.21 


47.06 


39.12 


255. 31 


8 


9 


20.04 


17.88 


42.46 


37.20 


25.11 


38.66 


35.28 


216. 63 


8 


9 


20.82 


20.28 


47.34 


43.38 


29.70 


45.40 


39.72 


246.64 


8 


9 


19.08 


19.56 


45.88 


41.44 


28.53 


44.72 


39.12 


238. 33 


8 


9 


16.74 


18.72 


41.76 


41.56 


25.47 


40.58 


43.20 


228. 03 


8 


9 


19.92 


21.18 


49.44 


45.62 


32.40 


47.38 


47.16 


263. 10 


8 


9 


17.52 


16.02 


36.18 


37.36 


25.29 


37.12 


39.36 


208. 85 


6 


3 


19.68 


19.56 


47.58 


43.70 


32.13 


44.48 


44.76 


251. 89 


8 


9 


17.40 


16.38 


42.00 


37.18 


25.83 


41.26 


38.28 


218.33 


8 


9 


16.92 


18.00 


36.30 


37.48 


21.24 


36.68 


36.36 


202. 98 


8 


9 


19.32 


19.38 


42.94 


41.12 


27.54 


41.24 


40.08 


231. 62 


5 


18 


19.44 


18.66 


44.46 


40.48 


27.18 


40.64 


39.00 


229. 86 


8 


9 


18.18 


17.64 


40.16 


41.02 


26.82 


38.88 


37.68 


220. 38 


7 


28 


17.28 


18.60 


• 43. 06 


37.28 


25.02 


40.32 


40.92 


222. 48 


8 


9 


17.46 


18.90 


37.90 


39.88 


25.47 


43.58 


37.92 


221. 11 


8 


9 


19.44 


20.64 


41.72 


42.62 


26.01 


42. 34 


43.56 


236. 33 


8 


9 


19.38 


19.92 


43.86 


42.38 


27.63 


41.30 


39.60 


234. 07 


7 


28 


17.64 


18.60 


43.70 


36.70 


23.85 


35.40 


38.40 


214. 29 


8 


9 


21.12 


21.24 


51.18 


48.10 


31.77 


52.16 


39.72 


265. 29 


8 


9 


18.06 


18.66 


38.68 


39.04 


24.39 


38.34 


40.44 


217. 61 


3 


8 


16.26 


17.94 


37.10 


37.04 


25.65 


36.64 


44.28 


214. 91 


8 


9 


16.56 


16.92 


37.06 


36.88 


24.93 


37.34 


39.84 


209. 53 


8 


9 


17.58 


17.28 


41.38 


39.28 


25.56 


41.06 


36.24 


218. 38 


5 


29 


18.12 


18.90 


44.86 


40.86 


26.46 


43.20 


38.04 


230.44 


8 


9 


18.36 


18.48 


38.54 


36.96 


24.75 


37.00 


37.56 


211. 65 



52 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present first class (class of 1929), for the 



Order 

of 
general 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years Months 



246 
97 

199 
85 

130 

128 

rl37 

87 

*6 

111 
86 

132 

223 



200 
228^ 
170 
164 
115 

57 

84 
*11 

*1 
169 
172 
244 
230 

80 
185 
*12 
160 
207 
Z235 

18 
143 



Stillman, Donald Frederick... 

Stone, Lowell Thornton 

Stovall, William Shirley, jr. . _ 

Strahorn, Albert Wesley 

Strong, Stanley Carter.. 

Sullivan, Raymond Brooks, jr 

Teague, Elwood Andrew 

Tolley, Kemp 

Tresco tt, Charles Edward 

Triebel, Charles Otto 

Twohy, Henry Bell 

Van Voorhis, Bruce Avery 

Visser, Richard Gerben.. 

Wait, Delos Edwin.. 

Wales, George Herrick 

Walker, Calvin Alexander, jr... 

Walker, Hiram Street, jr 

Walker, Philip Andrew 

Waltermire, William Glen 

Warfield, Charles Dorsey 

Waterhouse, Jacob Wilson 

Watson, William Henry 

Weakley, Charles Enright 

Webster, John Bartholomew.. 

Weiss, Donald Frederick 

Welsh, David James 

Westropp, Harold Patrick 

White, Albert Francis 

White, William Waldron , 

Wilkinson, Robert Holden 

Wilson, Thomas Payne. 

Wilson, Thomas Rex 

Woerner, Paul Leslie. 

Wotton, Albert Harry 

Wyatt, Mathis Beally 

Yoho, John Richard 



Wisconsin 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Delaware. 

Minnesota 

Colorado 

California 

Maryland 

Ohio 

Illinois 

Washington 

Nevada 

Massachusetts.. 

Arkansas.. 

Vermont 

North Carolina. 

Alabama 

Iowa , 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania... 
West Virginia.. 

Florida 

Missouri 

California 

Massachusetts.. 

New York 

Ohio 

New Jersey 

North Carolina. 

Florida 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania... 

Illinois 

South Carolina. 
Oregon , 



July 11,1925 

July 10,1925 

June 17,1925 

June 15,1925 

June 16,1925 

June 15, 1925 

June 16,1925 

do 

June 17,1925 

June 16,1925 

June 30,1925 

June 17,1925 

July 11,1925 

June 17,1925 

June 29,1925 

Aug. 3, 1925 

July 3, 1924 

June 16,1925 

June 17,1925 

June 16,1925 



June 24,1925 

June 16,1925 

June 15,1925 

July 9, 1925 

June 17,1925 

June 20,1925 

June 17,1925 

June 18,1925 

July 8, 1924 

June 22,1925 

do... 

June 16,1925 

June 24,1924 

June 17,1925 

June 25,1925 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT FIRST CLASS 53 

third year of their academic course, 251 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Seaman- 
ship and 
flight 
tactics 


Ordnance 
and gun- 
nery 


Naviga- 
tion 


Engineer- 
ing and 

aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electri- 
cal engi- 
neering 

and 
physics 


Apti- 
tude for 
service 


Aggregate 
third 
year 


Maximum 


Months 


Days 


24 


24 


56 


56 


36 


56 


48 


300 


8 


9 


16.20 


17.28 


37.74 


36.16 


25.20 


37.32 


31.20 


201. 10 


8 


9 


18.84 


19.68 


42.08 


44.34 


26.37 


43.80 


36.12 


231.23 


5 


1 


17.58 


17.88 


39.80 


37.74 


25.02 


39.12 


38.16 


215. 30 


8 


9 


19.68 


20.04 


43.54 


42.36 


25.29 


42.18 


39.96 


233. 05 


6 


27 


19.14 


19.26 


42.62 


40.34 


26.19 


39.22 


39.24 


226. 01 


8 


9 


19.50 


20.04 


42.08 


41.84 


26.64 


39.70 


37.08 


226.88 


7 





17.58 


18.06 


42.64 


37.80 


29.52 


42.58 


36.60 


224. 78 


8 


9 


18.84 


20.88 


41.24 


43.04 


25.56 


40.52 


42.84 


232. 92 


8 


9 


20.94 


20.52 


49.94 


46.82 


30.60 


47.82 


45.60 


262. 24 


8 


9 


18.42 


18. 24 


45.48 


39.62 


28.62 


43.32 


35.40 


229. 10 


7 


7 


18.24 


19.08 


44.92 


39.80 


30.24 


44.68 


36.00 


232. 96 


8 


9 


19.44 


19.62 


44.32 


37.22 


26.73 


39.38 


38.76 


225. 47 


8 


9 


16.44 


17.22 


39.06 


37.20 


25.11 


36.20 


38.52 


209. 75 


8 


9 


20.16 


19.74 


46.98 


46.00 


27.99 


47.78 


42.72 


251. 37 


8 


9 


20.10 


22.20 


48.60 


47.24 


31.41 


46.92 


44.04 


260. 51 


8 


9 


16. 92 


17.82 


41.68 


37.26 


25.02 


39.02 


37.56 


215. 28 


^8 


14 


18.00 


16.56 


39.76 


36.62 


26.19 


38.24 


34.08 


209. 45 


8 


9 


18.24 


17.64 


41.24 


37.18 


24 03 


40.14 


41.64 


220. 11 


8 


9 


17.04 


18.60 


39.20 


39.56 


26.10 


39.86 


40.92 


221. 28 


8 


9 


18.36 


19.02 


43.66 


39.80 


25.56 


42.10 


40.08 


228. 58 


8 


9 


19.50 


19.86 


44.20 


41.80 


29.43 


43.44 


42.24 


240. 47 


8 


9 


19.50 


19.32 


39.92 


43.90 


25.38 


41.32 


44.04 


233. 38 


7 


7 


20.34 


21.60 


46.84 


45.34 


30.60 


47.76 


44.64 


257. 12 


8 


g 


21.00 


21.90 


52.96 


46.88 


35.37 


52.26 


41.52 


271. 89 


8 


9 


17.52 


18.60 


41.72 


38.00 


25.83 


38.92 


39.72 


220. 31 


7 


28 


20.04 


18.48 


39.16 


39.30 


24.48 


39.84 


38.40 


219. 70 


8 


9 


17.70 


16.98 


36.52 


35.90 


23.76 


37.00 


36.72 


204.58 


8 


9 


17.16 


17.58 


37.84 


36.90 


23.67 


38.12 


38.04 


209. 31 


8 


9 


19.62 


20.04 


44.26 


39.80 


26.19 


42.92 


41.40 


234.23 


11 


5 


18.54 


19.14 


38.98 


40.32 


24.84 


36.72 


39.36 


217.90 


8 


9 


19.98 


21.78 


48.20 


46.60 


31.32 


45.96 


42.24 


256. 08 


5 


1 


19.02 


18.78 


42.04 


37.36 


24.75 


37.96 


41.88 


221. 79 


4 


21 


16.26 


17.04 


38.52 


38.04 


24 30 


37.62 


41.52 


213. 30 


11 


5 


16.98 


16.74 


36.48 


39.12 


22.23 


37.58 


39.48 


208. 61 


8 


9 


21.42 


21.60 


47.32 


45.72 


28.80 


44.54 


43.80 


253. 20 


8 


9 


17.40 


18.18 


42.10 


38.54 


27.90 


43.64 


36.24 


224.00 



54 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1980), for 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 


Names 


State from which 
appointed 


Date of ad- 
mission 


Age at date of 
admission 


demic 
year 


Years 


Months 


236 


Adams, Carlton Rolle 


North Carolina 

New York... 


Sept. 1,1926 
June 15,1926 

do 

June 22,1926 

do 

June 29,1926 
June 28,1926 
June 15,1926 
Aug. 23,1926 
June 15,1926 
Aug. 23,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 29,1926 
June 21,1926 
June 15,1926 

do. 

June 16,1926 
July 13,1926 
June 29, 1926 
June 21,1926 
June 28,1926 
Sept. 3,1926 
June 22, 1926 
June 21,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 28,1926 
June 14,1926 
July 15,1926 
Sept. 2,1926 
June 29.1926 
June 28,1926 
June 17,1925 
June 15,1926 
June 14,1926 
June 17,1926 
June 21,1926 
June 22,1926 

do 


18 
19 
17 
16 
18 
17 
17 
18 
17 
18 
18 
16 
18 
16 
18 
19 
19 
18 
20 
18 
18 
18 
17 
19 
19 
19 
17 
17 
19 
16 
18 
17 
18 
19 
17 
18 
18 
19 
17 
18 
18 
18 
17 
19 
19 
18 
19 
16 
19 
18 
17 
18 
18 
19 
17 
19 


5 
3 


10 
9 
3 
5 
4 
6 
1 

11 
7 
6 
5 

5 
7 
9 
2 

11 
8 
7 
7 
9 
8 
7 
5 


11 

10 
4 
6 
6 
3 
9 

9 
8 
8 

10 
7 
6 

9 
9 
5 
4 
5 
3 

10 
1 
9 
4 
1 
5 
6 


188^ 


Adams, Scarritt 


52 


Adkins, James Alvin 


District of Columbia 
Texas 


247 


Agnew, Jack 


99 


A iles, Jnhn William, TTT „..__ '' ^ 


Pennsylvania 

Illinois 


17 


Alexander, Stanley Morton 


67 


Allen, Burrel Clinton, jr 


r,nnner»timit, 


175 


Allen, William Young, jr 


Texas 


365 


Andrada, Jose Villagracia 


Philippine Islands.. 
Connecticut 


327 


Andrews, Charles Herbert 


150 




Kentucky 


220 


Arwine, Shryock Mandville 


At large (Pres.) 

Connecticut 


234 


Ashton, Arthur Harold 


*13 


Atkins, Griswold Terry 


do 


0173 


Austin, Samuel Yates, jr.. 


Georgia 


s214 


Axline, Rea Andrew . 


Idaho. 

Illinois 


341 


Azer, John Behling. 


308 


Badger, Harry Peaslee 


New York 


g 


Balfe, Alexander Merrill.. 


Florida 


62 


Bardwell, Francis Emerson 


New York 


444 


Barrett, Arthur Jenkins, jr 


Massachusetts 

New York 


203 


Bates, Richard Harned 


*16 


Bauer, Harold William 


Nebraska 


110 


Bauer, Rudolph Charles 


New York 


42 


Beans, Fred Dale 


Texas 


231 


Bisson, Jnhn "Kenneth ...... 




205 


Blackburn, Paul Prichard, jr 




423 


Blanchard, Boyd Edward 


Maine 


273 


Blanning, "Rdwin Tnsp.ph, jr 


Pennsylvania 


271 


Blemker, Nyle Louis 


396 


Block, Everett Milton. 




56 


Bourgeois, Aubrey Joseph 


Louisiana 


289 


Bowen, John Bunyan, jr . 




196 


Boyle, Lee DeVall 




260 


Bovle, Stewart . 


New Jersey 


207 


Bradman, Frederic dishing 


At large (Pres.) 

Ohio . 


211 


Brady, Parke Howie.. 


287 


Breault, John Louis, jr... 


Massachusetts 


228 


Briner, Harmon Vedder 




June 14, 1926 
July 8, 1926 
June 15,1926 
June 17,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 14,1926 
July 13,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 15,1926 
Aug. 11,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 15, 1926 
June 21,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 17,1926 
June 16,1925 
June 17,1926 


22 


Briner, Richard Robert. 


do 


429 


Bristol, John Morgan 


Ohio. 


235 


Brodie, George Keeney 


Kentucky 


265 


Brokenshire, Douglas Best... 


New Hampshire 


78 


Brook, Charles Bates 


*12 


Browne, Oscar Morrison, jr 


Illinois 


283 


Brumby, Edward 


Massachusetts 


441 


Brunton, Lawrence Collins 


164 


Burden, Harvey Paul 




173 


Burgess, John Grafton 




68 


Burgett, William Ano 




166 


Burns, Martin Charles 




37 


Butler, William Clayton, jr 

Butterfield, George Nelson 


Virginia 


46 




398 


Cable, Thomas Hamilton... 


Kansas , . 


292 


Caillouet, Jean Louis, jr 


Louisiana 


r352 


Campbell, Louis Wilbur 


Texas 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 55 

the second year of their academic course, J+57 members, June, 1928 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineering 
and aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 
and physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 

second 

year 
























Maximum 








Months 


Days 


32 


5B 


28 


32 


24 


28 


200 


5 


15 


22.60 


39.20 


20.07 


24.04 


20.01 


22.68 


148. 60 


5 


15 


22.24 


40.46 


20.14 


26.40 


. 20.43 


22.33 


152. 00 


5 


15 


25.16 


45.71 


21.95 


26.92 


21.33 


22.19 


163. 26 


5 


15 


20.48 


38.99 


20.01 


24.96 


21.75 


21.77 


147. 96 


5 


15 


24.56 


45.43 


22.39 


24.00 


19.83 


21.49 


157. 70 


5 


15 


25.24 


45.78 


23.87 


28.12 


22.59 


24.36 


169. 96 


5 


15 


23.12 


45.78 


23.17 


25.16 


20.31 


23.94 


161. 48 


5 


4 


23.48 


39.20 


20.65 


23.76 


21.27 


24.15 


152. 51 


5 


15 


20.48 


36.89 


19.32 


21.96 


20.76 


22.96 


142. 37 


5 


15 


22.72 


36.19 


20.07 


24.32 


18.18 


22.68 


144. 16 


5 


15 


22.88 


41.51 


20.76 


24.96 


20.76 


23.03 


153. 90 


5 


15 


22.08 


43.26 


21.44 


24. 16 


20.28 


18.34 


149. 56 


5 


15 


22.00 


37.66 


19.61 


25.88 


19. 56 


23.94 


148. 65 


5 


15 


26.92 


50.96 


25.24 


26.68 


19.32 


22.61 


171. 73 


1 


23 


23.20 


43.68 


21.64 


22.56 


17.70 


23.80 


152. 58 


5 


15 


23.40 


39.20 


21.32 


24.20 


19.59 


22.12 


149. 83 


5 


15 


21.20 


36.75 


20.00 


25.08 


17.16 


23.66 


143. 85 


5 


15 


22.80 


38.43 


19.79 


24.00 


17.34 


22.54 


144.90 


5 


15 


23.36 


(a) 


18.89 


23.48 


16.68 


23.45 




5 


15 


23.80 


45.08 


22.17 


26.04 


21.39 


23.66 


162. 14 


5 


15 


21.36 


35.63 


17.79 


21.36 


15.69 


22.54 


134. 37 


5 


15 


24.44 


39. 83 


20. '58 


24.12 


19.35 


22. 40 


150. 72 


2 


28 


27.00 


47.39 


24.88 


24.36 


20.67 


25.83 


170. 13 


3 


9 


22.52 


44.73 


21.97 


23.92 


20.28 


23.44 


156. 86 


3 


9 


24.00 


45.85 


24.55 


25.36 


19.62 


25.13 


164. 51 


5 


15 


22.52 


40.11 


20.41 


23.76 


18.33 


23.59 


148. 72 


5 


15 


22.44 


39.06 


21.28 


24.60 


19.23 


23.94 


150. 55 


5 


15 


20.72 


35.35 


18.44 


22.48 


18.48 


21.91 


137. 38 


5 


15 


24.52 


39.20 


20.19 


23.64 


17.31 


21.77 


146. 63 


5 


15 


21.12 


37.87 


19.61 


23.56 


20.34 


24.29 


146. 79 


5 


15 


21.76 


38.01 


19.60 


22.68 


16.41 


22.05 


140. 51 


8 


9 


22.52 


46.76 


22.86 


26.80 


20.76 


22.96 


162. 66 


: 


15 


22.44 


38.50 


20.19 


23.28 


19.44 


22.05 


145. 90 


15 


23.24 


40.18 


21.54 


23.40 


20.01 


22.96 


151. 33 


5 


15 


23.48 


37.59 


19.84 


23.44 


19.47 


23.52 


147. 34 


5 


15 


21.96 


37.38 


21.28 


24.72 


20.79 


24.22 


150. 35 


5 


15 


22.20 


37.73 


20.40 


25.44 


18.72 


25.62 


150. 11 


; * 


7 


24.12 


37.59 


19.61 


24.84 


17.88 


22.05 


146.09 


5 


15 


21.64 


42.07 


21.24 


22.72 


19.29 


21.98 


148. 94 


i 5 


15 


26.92 


46.97 


23.42 


25.00 


22.11 


24.36 


168. 78 


5 


15 


20.92 


36.26 


18.51 


21.60 


17.61 


21.91 


136. 81 


5 


15 


24.72 


39.90 


20.93 


24.52 


17.43 


21.14 


148.64 


5 


15 


21.76 


38.64 


19.04 


24.64 


18.90 


24.01 


146. 99 


5 


15 


23.28 


45.64 


22.67 


27.12 


20.67 


21.21 


160. 59 


5 


15 


27.48 


46.27 


24.63 


26.92 


21.78 


25.13 


172. 21 


5 


15 


22.52 


40.25 


20.87 


22.72 


. 18.75 


21.21 


146. 32 


5 


15 


21.00 


35.21 


17.82 


20.64 


17.52 


23.17 


135. 36 


5 


15 


25.72 


40.60 


22.31 


23.76 


18.09 


22.82 


153. 30 


4 


24 


22.56 


40.25 


21.81 


24.80 


19.71 


23.45 


152. 58 


5 


15 


'24.84 


45.71 


22.39 


26.28 


19.29 


22.96 


161.47 


5 


15 


22. 40 


40.25 


20.60 


25.32 


21.66 


23.03 


153. 26 


5 


15 


25.84 


45.99 


21.83 


27.40 


20.76 


24.64 


166. 46 


5 


15 


24.60 


49.42 


23.48 


23.08 


20.28 


22.96 


163. 82 


5 


15 


22.28 


34.72 


18.47 


22.84 


16.98 


24.99 


140. 28 


5 


15 


23.28 


38.15 


19.00 


26.28 


16.95 


22.05 


145. 71 








22.68 


37.45 


19.48 


23.28 


17.85 


22.68 


143. 42 



56 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1930), for the 




demic 
year 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of ad- 
mission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years Months 




344 

162 

# 



76 
118 



Campbell, Norwood Axtell. 

Canaday, Harry Ridge 

Cardwell, Larry.. 



Indiana.. 
Iowa 

Alabama. 



216 

i401 

73 

316 

381 

114 

397Ji 

189 

163 

443 

226 

33 

2S6 

350 

433 

169 

225 

416 

145 

156 

80 

70 

194 

326 

335 

320 

395 

86 

402 

143 

329 

282 

71 

94 



71 
231 
274 

32 
140 
332 

42 
302 
199 
186 
379 
343 



Carmick, Edward Seabury... 
Carpenter, Gilbert Crowell... 

Carter, Francis Miller 

Cass, Richard Stuart.. 

Chadwick, Daniel 

Chafee, George Benedict 

Chambers, George Mitchell.. 

Chappie, Wreford Goss 

Charneco, Carlos Mario 

Clark, Baylies Voorheis 

Clark, Henry Garner 

Clarkson, James Stroud. 

Clifton, Joseph Clinton. 

Close, Leslie Pinckney 

Coates, Leonidas Dixon, jr... 

Coates, Robert Foresman 

Cce, James Wiggins.. 

Coffee, Doyle Murray. 

Colestock, Edward Emerson. 
Conn, Richard John Hugh... 

Conner, Ray Russell--- 

Cook, George 

Corbus, John 

Corey, Howard Grant 

Craig, John Rich 

Craighill, Robert Rutherford. 

Crumrine, J. Sanford... 

Curley, Kyran Edward 

Cushing, Dana Buckley 

Dallman, David Edward 

Dally, Ruel Stuart. 

Daly, James Michael 

Davis, James White 

Davis, John Malcolm.. 

Dealey, Samuel David. 

De Graf, Robert William 

Dennis, Jefferson Rice.. 

de Vos, Paul Louis 

Dimmick, John Bagley 

Dodge, Harry Benjamin 

Dodson, Joseph Edward 

Dorner, Edward Paul... 

Dornin, Marshall Edgar 

Dorsey, Jack Sidney 

Douglass, Albert Pike... 

Douw, Volckert Petrus. 

Doyle, William Thomas, jr... 

Drake, Nels D'Arcy 

Drane, William McClure 

Dunn, Elmer Jackson 

Duryea, Harold Edward 



District of Columbia 

Michigan.. 

Kansas 

Iowa 

Delaware 

Florida 

Michigan. 

Montana 

Porto Rico 

California 

Kentucky 

New Jersey. 

Kentucky. 

Georgia 

California 

Wisconsin. 

Indiana 

Alabama 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa 

West Virginia 

New Jersey... 

California. 

do 

Florida 

Illinois 

Indiana 4 

Xew York 

Massachusetts 

Wisconsin. 

Minnesota.. __ 

Xew York... ; 

Missouri 

Kentucky.. : 

Texas. , 

New Jersey.. 

Colorado... I 

Arizona. ! 

Michigan..- 

Maine.- 

Texas ; 

Nebraska 

California 

Florida... 

Alabama 

Maryland 

Illinois 

At large (Pres.) 

Tennessee 

Arkansas. 

New York.. I 



June 28,1926 

do 

(See explana- 
tion of sym- 
bol.) 
July 13,1926 
July 17,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 28,1926 
June 15, 192fi 
July 8, 1926 
June 14,1926 
June 28,1926 
June 16,1925 
June 16,1926 
do— ..... 



..—do 

—do 

June 23,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 21,1926 
July 1, 1926 
June 15,1926 
.....do 



June 23,1926 
June 18, 1925 
June 16,1926 
July 6, 1926 
June 14,1926 
June 15,1926 
Aug. 9, 1926 
June 16, i926 
July 9, 1926 
Aug. 30,1926 
July 9,1926 
Aug. 12,1925 
July 13,1926 
June 24,1926 
June 16,1926 
Aug. 30,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 22, 1926 
June 15,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 14,1926 
June 28,1926 
do i 



June 15, 1926 ; 
June 18, 1926 
June 15, 1926 
July 13, 1926 I 
June 16, 1926 i 
June 15,1926 i 
Aug. 30, 1926 
June 15,1926 
June 22,1926 ' 



10 

10 

11 1 

5 
2 

G 
4 
5 

10 
11 
1 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 57 

second year of their academic course, 457 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineering 
and aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 
and physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 

second 

year 


Maximum 


Months 


Days 


32 


56 


28 


32 


24 


28 


200 


5 


4 


22.20 


37.31 


19.89 


21.80 


17.79 


24.78 


143. 77 


5 


15 


23.64 


40.25 


20.06 


24.88 


21.12 


23.45 


153. 40 


7 


19 
















5 


15 


24.64 


41.44 


23.38 


26.36 


21.27 


23,73 


160. 82 


5 


15 


23.24 


44.87 


21.95 


23.84 


19.17 


23.10 


156. 17 


5 


15 


23.12 


37.66 


20.05 


22.88 


18.39 


21.63 


143. 73 


2 


16 


21.60 


37.80 


20.12 


24.12 


21.57 


24.50 


149. 71 


5 


15 


22.20 


35.91 


18.23 


22.92 


18.39 


22.19 


139.84 


5 


15 


25.64 


46.83 


21.96 


23.76 


18.24 


24.71 


161. 14 


5 


15 


23.08 


38.71 


19.26 


22. 80 


17.97 


22.89 


144.71 


3 


9 


21.52 


38.08 


19.12 


22.40 


16.77 


23.59 


141. 48 


7 


13 


22.48 


42.91 


20.19 


23.92 


23.79 


23.10 


156. 39 


5 


15 


25.08 


36.89 


19.09 


21.04 


16.14 


22.12 


140.36 


5 


15 


22.88 


44.87 


21.44 


23.80 


18.30 


20.65 


151. 94 


5 


15 


22.28 


43.19 


20.19 


24.40 


20.58 


22.68 


153. 32 


2 


26 


20.32 


35.28 


18.00 


22.44 


17.01 


21.91 


134.96 


5 15 


22.80 


41.23 


21.01 


24.36 


18.30 


21.35 


149. 05 


5 15 


27.80 


48.23 


25.02 


25.20 


20.10 


21.35 


167. 70 


5 


15 


21.60 


37.10 


19.88 


24.84 


21.24 


21.47 


146. 13 


5 


15 


23.68 


38.08 


19.34 


23.04 


17.70 


21.70 


143. 54 


5 


15 


21.12 


3b. 07 


19.02 


22.76 


16.98 


21. 49 


136.44 


5 


15 


22.28 


39.90 


21.14 


23.76 


19.29 


26.46 


152.83 


5 


4 


23.16 


41.37 


19.73 


24.56 


16.83 


23.45 


149. 10 


8 


9 


21.56 


36.96 


19.41 


22.48 


16.38 


21.84 


138. 63 


3 


9 


23.68 


38.01 


20.74 


26.36 


21.00 


24.29 


154.08 


5 


15 


23.28 


41.37 


20.88 


26.64 


19.32 


22.19 


153. 68 


5 


15 


23.96 


36.89 


20.94 


27.92 


27.03 


23.59 


160. 33 


5 


15 


26.28 


44.52 


23.77 


25.08 


18.36 


23.38 


161. 39 


5 


15 


23.80 


37.94 


20.30 


24.40 


19.74 


25.20 


151. 38 


5 


15 


23.12 


36.47 


18.78 


23.76 


18.69 


23.45 


144.27 


5 


15 


20.84 


38.15 


17.98 


23.36 


20.40 


23.24 


143.97 


5 


15 


22.40 


37.10 


18.93 


22.36 


19.32 


24.43 


144.54 


5 


15 


21.16 


35.70 


18.64 


23.08 


18.33 


23.66 


140. 57 


5 


4 


26.96 


48.02 


23.90 


21.68 


15.54 


22.96 


159. 06 


5 


15 


20.96 


36.82 


19.36 


22.00 


18.06 


22.47 


139. 67 


5 


15 


21.84 


40.95 


20.74 


26.32 


20.28 


24.15 


154.28 


5 


15 


23.16 


37.80 


19. 85 


24.12 


16.86 


22.33 


144.12 


5 


15 


22.20 


37.94 


19.06 


24.64 


18.84 


23.66 


146. 34 


5 


15 


22.00 


50.75 


22.75 


24.36 


20.04 


21.35 


161. 25 


5 


15 


22.64 


42.28 


22.22 


26.24 


22.05 


22.96 


158. 39 


5 


15 


27.04 


49.91 


24.55 


27.64 


22.74 


21.35 


173. 23 


5 


15 


20.96 


36.96 


19.29 


23.60 


16.62 


23.24 


140. 67 


5 


15 


25.68 


43.96 


23.91 


24.04 


20.91 


22.75 


161. 25 


5 


15 


23.00 


38.78 


20.82 


24.96 


18.06 


23.10 


148.72 


5 


15 


22.00 


39.76 


20.88 


23.04 


19.02 


21.91 


146. 61 


5 


15 


25.64 


43.47 


23.69 


28.12 


22.68 


24.15 


167. 75 


5 


15 


22.88 


40.39 


21.44 


26.00 


18.45 


25.34 


154. 50 


4 


29 


21.92 


36.47 


18.47 


22.60 


21.90 


22.68 


144.04 


5 


15 


24.16 


42.56 


22.96 


27.00 


21.93 


25.90 


164.51 


5 


15 


22.40 


38.22 


20.13 


24.76 


17.04 


22.61 


145. 16 


5 


1 


22.40 


39.62 


20.55 


26.12 


19.53 


22.75 


150. 97 


5 


15 


24.00 


40.88 


21.19 


22.96 


18.78 


24.29 


152. 10 


5 


15 


21.76 


35.84 


19.40 


24.84 


17.01 


22.82 


141. 67 


5 


15 


22.00 


37.24 


18.89 


23.84 


18.99 


22.82 


143. 78 



58 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1980), for the 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



171 

106 

404 

403 

206 

407 

r310 

299 

#362 

95 

65 

317^ 

*6 

44 

90 

126 

117 

*2 

215 

127 

102 

333 

367 

439 

133 

28 

50 

419 

223 

380 

149 

41 

219 

111 

364 

t449 

30 

141 

361 

370 

27 

61 

146 

161 

23 

201 

200 

gmy 2 

108 
248 
137 
131 
(7303 
263 
305 
280 



Earl, Charles Edward 

Earle, Otis John 

Ebert, Walter Gale... 

Eddy, Ian Crawford-. 

Edgerton, Everett William 

Edwards, John Ellis 

Elliott, Arthur Wilmans 

Ellis, William Edward 

Engelhardt, Egon Paul 

Engleman, Christian Levin 

Englund, Harry Wallace 

Enis, Thalbert Wright 

Enis, William Clare 

Ensey, Lot 

Epperly, William Francis 

Esslinger, Robert John 

Estabrook, William Sears, jr 

Evans, Philip Cabell 

Fairchild, Milton Duncan 

Farmer, William Howard 

Farnham, Duane Wesley 

Feiock, Harold King 

Flynn, John Francis 

Foott, George Wade, jr 

Forster, James Franklin.. 

Foster, Robert Boyd 

Foster, Walter Manly 

Freeberg, Sidney Arthur 

Fromhold, Walfried Halton 

Fry, Ernest Walter, jr 

Fuetsch, Bernhart Alois 

Gagnon, Lewis Theodore 

Garcia, George Edward 

Gaulin, Victor Salomon 

Geary, Jerome Pendleton. 

Gee, Robert Lee, jr 

Gentner, William Ellis, jr 

Gentry, Kenneth McLoud 

Germany, Robert William, jr 

Gilliam, Charles Robert 

Gladney, Donald Wesley, jr 

Gluntz, Marvin Henry ... 

Gould, Paul Dawson 

Gragg, John Blair 

Grannis, Russell Lynn 

Grant, James Donald Livingston 
Grantham, Elonzo Bowden, jr... 

Green, Garret Edward 

Greene, Wallace Martin.. 

Gross, Royce Lawrence 

Grove, Alfred Edgar 

Gubbins, William Wheeler 

Guyol, Nathaniel Bouton 

Hahn, Elvin 

Haile, John Robinson 

Haines, Nathan Stair 



State from which 
appointed 



Georgia 

Pennsylvania... 
West Virginia... 

New York 

South Carolina. 
North Carolina. 

Illinois 

North Carolina. 

New York 

Washington 

Wisconsin 

Mississippi 

Michigan 

Florida 

Virginia 

Michigan 

New York 

Montana 

Kentucky 

Illinois 

Colorado 

Indiana 

Massachusetts.. 
Oregon 



Maryland 

Alabama 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

Minnesota 

Nevada 

Massachusetts... 

California 

Massachusetts... 
At large (Pres.) . . 

Oklahoma 

California 

Missouri 

Louisiana 

Texas. — 

Arkansas 

Ohio 

Iowa 

Michigan 

Iowa 

New York 

North Carolina.. 

New Jersey 

Vermont 

New York 

Missouri 

Illinois 

New Hampshire- 
New Jersey 

Texas 

Illinois 



Date of ad- 
mission 



June 15,1926 
Aug. 7, 1926 
July 14,1926 
June 18,1926 
Aug. 30, 1926 
June 21,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 21, 1926 
June 18,1926 
June 23,1926 
June 22,1926 
June 16,1925 
June 15,1926 
do 



June 25,1926 
June 28,1926 
June 30,1926 
June 28,1926 
June 19,1926 
June 16,1925 
June 23,1926 
July 16,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 28,1926 
do 



June 15,1925 
Oct. 4, 1926 
June 18,1926 
July 6, 1926 
Aug. 9, 1926 
June 30,1926 
June 14,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 16,1925 
June 22,1926 
June 14,1926 
June 29, 1926 
June 22,1926 

do 

June 14,1926 
do 



do 

June 23,1926 
June 17,1926 
June 24,1926 
June 14, 1926 
June 28,1926 
June 21,1926 

do.. 

June 14,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 15,1925 
July 14,1926 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years Months 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 59 

second year of their academic course, J±57 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineering 
and aero- 
•nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 
and physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 

second 

year 
























Maximum 








Months 


Days 


32 


56 


28 


32 


24 


28 


200 


5 


15 


21.96 


40.39 


22.82 


24.56 


21.36 


21.63 


152.72 


5 


15 


24.16 


44.38 


22. 69 


24.80 


19. 83 


21.21 


157. 07 


5 


15 


23.04 


35.98 


18.74 


22.80 


16.92 


21.98 


139. 46 


1 


17 


21.96 


35.56 


18.95 


23.20 


15.27 


24.50 


139. 44 


5 


15 


22.92 


42.00 


20.55 


23.16 


17.91 


23. 87 


150. 41 


5 


15 


21.48 


37.24 


18.53 


21.68 


15.51 


24.85 


139. 29 


2 


24 


21.44 


37.17 


18.84 


24.60 


19.32 


23.45 


144.82 


5 


15 


22.80 


39.34 


19.77 


23.48 


17.31 


22.75 


145.45 


5 


15 


23.20 


35.63 


20.65 


22.92 


17.52 


22.75 


142. 67 


5 


15 


25.28 


44.66 


23.07 


23.48 


17.19 


24.64 


158. 32 


5 


15 


24.68 


45.36 


22.67 


25.32 


21.78 


22.19 


162. 00 


8 


9 


21.52 


39.27 


21.80 


22.24 


18.69 


21.14 


144. 66 


5 


15 


27.48 


50.75 


25.14 


27.56 


19.68 


23.94 


174. 55 


5 


15 


26.04 


45.92 


23.52 


25. 36 


18.69 


24.71 


164. 24 


5 


15 


24.52 


43.68 


23.60 


24.00 


21.18 


21. 63- 


158. 61 


5 


15 


24.16 


43.33 


22.21 


22.96 


18.81 


24.36 


155. 83 


5 


15 


24.40 


41.09 


21.54 


24.76 


20.22 


24.22 


156. 23 


5 


15 


25. 72 


50.61 


25.35 


28.88 


23.55 


23.10 


177. 21 


5 


15 


20.72 


41.23 


20.87 


23.32 


18.45 


25.13 


149. 72 


8 


9 


22.04 


46.69 


22.47 


23.24 


18.45 


22.89 


155. 78 


5 


15 


24.16 


42.91 


21.81 


25.52 


20.34 


22.61 


157. 35 


5 


15 


21.96 


38. 08 


21.02 


23.96 


18.36 


20.65 


144. 03 


5 


15 


19.80 


35.91 


19.11 


25.08 


20.22 


22.19 


142. 31 


2 


21 


21.96 


35.70 


18.36 


21.88 


15.84 


21.77 


135. 51 


5 


15 


24.24 


44.87 


20.83 


24.60 


17.55 


22.89 


154.98 


5 


15 


26.32 


52.43 


24.06 


25.04 


18.15 


22.05 


168. 05 


8 


9 


25.32 


51.24 


24.12 


23.12 


17.31 


22.33 


163. 44 


6 


3 


22.00 


36.54 


18.82 


22.44 


16.41 


22.12 


138. 33 


4 


16 


21.20 


40.46 


22.02 


24.12 


17.97 


23.52 


149. 29 


5 


15 


20.52 


36.05 


18.27 


23.32 


19.32 


24.01 


141. 49 


5 


15 


25.32 


38.92 


22. 12 


24.76 


20.91 


21.91 


153. 94 


5 


15 


25.92 


49.63 


22.92 


23.32 


17.22 


25.55 


164. 56 


5 


15 


23.12 


38.29 


21.22 


23.56 


19.65 


23.73 


149. 57 


4 


16 


22.80 


41.79 


20. 92 


25.32 


22.26 


23.73 


156. 82 


8 


9 


20.24 


40.60 


18.84 


22.00 


18.90 


21.91 


142. 49 


2 


24 


19.76 


34.86 


17.59 


20.60 


15.63 


20.79 


129. 23 


5 


15 


26.76 


47.11 


23.02 


26.40 


20.16 


24.57 


168. 02 


5 


15 


22.48 


39.41 


20.16 


29.36 


19.65 


23.38 


154. 44 


5 


15 


20.84 


39.55 


19.09 


23.40 


17.61 


22.26 


142. 75 


5 


15 


21.52 


36.12 


19.83 


26.84 


15.81 


22.12 


142. 24 


5 


15 


26.16 


47.81 


23. 77 


25.52 


21.03 


23.80 


168. 09 


5 


15 


22.92 


44.17 


21.53 


26.40 


22.17 


24.99 


162. 18 


5 


15 


24.00 


43.26 


22.21 


24.00 


19.65 


20.93 


154. 05 


5 


15 


25.84 


40.25 


20.59 


23.88 


18.51 


24.36 


153. 43 


5 


15 


25.56 


51.59 


22.43 


24.36 


20.40 


24.43 


168. 77 


5 


15 


22.16 


38.92 


20.28 


25.08 


20.52 


23.80 


150. 76 


5 


15 


22.36 


41.44 


21.67 


23.56 


18.54 


23? 24 


150. 81 


2 


24 


24.44 


40.32 


20.72 


27.28 


20.64 


22.40 


155. 80 


5 


15 


23.44 


40.88 


21.54 


27.16 


20.94 


22.96 


156. 92 


5 


15 


24.44 


38.99 


20.25 


22.00 


20.70 


21.56 


147. 94 


5 


15 


23.08 


42.49 


21.45 


26.68 


18.12 


22.82 


154. 64 


5 


15 


23.48 


40.95 


21.29 


24.56 


20.10 


24.71 


155. 09 


2 


24 


22.64 


37.24 


20.46 


22.92 


20.31 


21.56 


145. 13 


5 


15 


20.76 


37.31 


21.19 


23.92 


20 49 


23.38 


147. 05 


5 


15 


21.20 


36.19 


18.43 


25.36 


19.11 


24.78 


145. 07 


5 


15 


20.68 


37.31 


21.24 


24.96 


21.45 


20.79 


146. 43 



60 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1930), for the 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of ad- 



Age at date of 


admission 


Years 


Months 


19 





17 


7 


18 


1 


18 


11 


18 


11 


19 


1 


18 


9 


17 


7 


17 


11 


17 


7 


19 


9 


20 


4 


19 


3 


19 


9 


16 


4 


17 


8 


18 


1 


18 


10 


19 


4 


18 


1 


19 


6 


17 


6 


18 


11 


19 


8 


17 


5 


18 


3 


18 


10 


18 


9 


18 


3 


19 


4 


17 


5 


19 


10 


18 


9 


17 


10 


18 


1 


20 





17 


8 


19 


1 


19 





17 


8 


19 


10 


19 


2 


18 


4 


20 





19 


8 


19 


7 


16 


5 


17 


U 


19 


10 


17 


1 


19 


4 


19 


10 


19 


3 


19 


3 


17 


7 



87 
284 
217 
116 
251 
385 
392 
335 
390 
185 
148 

84 
295 
242 
376 
129 
*11 
137 
436 

24 
277 
422 
255 

59 
269 

97 

88 
296 

47 



213 

39 

252 

28 

r37l 

178 

36 

321 

446 

246 

79 

*5 

160 

209 

168 

378 

38 

0386 

t'437 

*4 

239 

359 



Haley, Thomas Bradley 

Hall, Clifton Greenleaf 

Halstead, Mervin — 

Hanlin, Paul Wilkinson 

Hansen, Henry Otto 

Hanson, Burton S., jr 

Harmon, William Lockhart 

Harrell, Ned 

Harris, David Alonzo 

Hart, Charles David.. . 

Hartman, Joseph Anthony.. 

Haven, Robert Clarence 

Hawkins, David Delos 

Hayes, Charles Harold.. 

Haynsworth, Hugh Charles, jr 

Hayward, John Tucker 

Hean, James Halleck 

Heap, George Lionel 

Heerbrandt, Paul Frederick 

Heiser, Harold Marvin 

Heming, Harold Millar 

Henry, Woodville Thompson 

Herms, Charles Richard 

Herndon, Glen Galloway 

Hewitt, Gerald Sellen 

Hayward, Alexander Salley, jr 

Highley, Frank Edward, jr 

Hill, Robert Edward 

Hilles, Frederick Vantyne Holbrook 

Hilton, Cyrus Grant 

Hindman, Joseph Aloysius Eslen — 
Hindrelet, Albert Francis 

Hines, Wellington T 

Holley, George Michael, jr 

Holmes, Ephraim Paul 

Holt, Herman William 

Horn, Peter Harry 

Hotchkiss, Vernon Garrison 

House, Herschel Austin 

Howard, James Hampden. 

How eh, John George 

Howerton, Charles Cabanes 

Hubbard, Horace Stone 

Hughes, Claud Wilbourne 
Hughes, Thomas Brandenburgh 

Hulme, John 

Hummer, Harry Cessna 
Hunt, Richard Coulter Drum, jr 
Hutchins, Thomas Boyd, III 
Hutchison, Howard Benton 
Hyde, William Haskins, jr 
Illing, William Arthur 
Jackson, Andrew McBurney, jr 
Jenkins, Walter Terry 
Jennings, Robert Fulton 



New Hampshire- . . 
Ohio. 

California 

Iowa... 

Michigan.. 

do... 

Oregon. 

Georgia 

Louisiana. 

Colorado.. 

North Dakota 

Washington. . 

New Mexico.. 

South Carolina 

New York... 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania. 

Ohio 

Wyoming 

New York 

Arkansas 

Ohio. 

Colorado 

New York.. 

South Carolina 

Pennsylvania 

Arkansas.. 

Oregon.. 

Ohio. 

Pennsylvania 

At large (Pres.). 

Kentucky. 

California. 

New York. 

Maine. 

Pennsylvania. 

Blinois. 

Indiana . 

South Carolina. 

Pennsylvania. 

Texas- 

Ulinois. 

Arkansas . 

Kansas . 

Maryland. 

Pennsylvania. 




June 21,1926 
July 27,1926 
July 7, 1926 
June 15,1926 
July 15,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 22,1926 
June 15,1926 
Aug. 13, 1926 
June 25,1926 
Aug. 23, 1926 
June 18,1926 
June 16,1926 

do. 

July 13,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 21,1926 
June 22,1926 j 
June 21,1926 j 
June 15,1926 j 
Aug. 9,1926 : 
June 15,1926 j 
June 24,1926 ! 
June 15, 1926 
June 21, 1926 : 

.....do. j 

July 6,1926 
June 17,1926 | 
June 24,1926 ! 
June 16, 1926 
June 28,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 21,1926 
.do 
.do 
July 

June 14,1926 
June 21,1926 

) 

30, 1926 
16, 1926 
14, 1926 
30, 1926 
18, 1926 
.1926 

17. 1925 

15. 1926 
26, 1926 
10, 

30, 1926 
14, 1926 
28, 1926 

1, 1926 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 61 

second year of their academic course, 457 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 
in practice 


Engineering 
and aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 
and physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 

second 

year 






Maximum 


Months 


Days 


32 


56 


28 


32 


24 


28 


200 


3 


9 


26. 48 


43.33 


21.81 


24.24 


18.30 


24.85 


159. 01 


5 


15 


21.80 


38.99 


19.86 


21.28 


21.60 


22.75 


146.28 


5 


15 


23.48 


40.88 


20.90 


23.64 


19.02 


21.77 


149. 69 


5 


15 


23.92 


41. 5*1 


22.36 


25.32 


20.22 


23.03 


156. 36 


5 


15 


23.16 


38.43 


21.00 


23.88 


18.93 


22.40 


147. 80 


5 


15 


22.40 


36.26 


18.29 


23.72 


16.80 


23.80 


141. 27 


5 


15 


22.00 


38.64 


18.53 


22.00 


16.50 


23.38 


141. 05 


5 


15 


22.68 


38.78 


19.76 


22.32 


17.82 


22.61 


143. 97 


5 


15 


22.52 


38.85 


19.92 


22.20 


16.23 


21.35 


141. 07 


5 


15 


22.72 


42.49 


22.10 


23.40 


19.56 


21.84 


152. 11 


5 


15 


23.28 


39.34 


22.28 


24.60 


20.34 


24. 15 


153. 99 


2 


16 


24.40 


45.92 


23.80 


23.08 


18.33 


24.08 


159. 61 


5 


15 


22.20 


39.34 


21.10 


25.28 


15.96 


21.77 


145. 65 


5 


15 


22.08 


36.40 


19.81 


26.36 


22.35 


21, 35 


148. 35 


5 


15 


22.36 


40.60 


19. 37 


22.64 


16.23 


20.65 


141. 85 


5 


15 


22.68 


40.18 


22.61 


27.04 


18.39 


24. 36 


155. 26 


5 


15 


26.36 


51.80 


24.40 


26.04 


19. 35 


24. 36 


172.31 


5 


15 


25.08 


42.63 


22.62 


23.48 


17. 73 


23.10 


154.64 


5 


15 


22. 36 


35. 70 


17.92 


21.56 


17.31 


21.14 


153. 99 


5 


15 


24.68 


47.25 


23.14 


27.88 


21.84 


23.80 


168. 59 


5 


15 


23.56 


39.34 


20.89 


23.24 


18.09 


21.42 


146. 54 


5 


15 


21.12 


36.12 


18.08 


22.36 


17.13 


22.75 


137. 56 


5 


15 


22.68 


38.36 


20.69 


24.96 


18.78 


22.12 


147. 59 


5 


15 


26.12 


45.92 


23.12 


24.92 


18.75 


23.59 


162.42 


5 


15 


22.36 


41.09 


20.19 


23.00 


19.89 


20.37 


146. 90 


5 


15 


24.20 


43.05 


21.88 


24.80 


19.98 


24.01 


157. 92 


5 


15 


23.44 


42.07 


20.74 


26.92 


20.46 


25.20 


158. 83 


5 


15 


22.12 


41.09 


20.69 


21.68 


17.16 


22.82 


145. 56 


5 


15 


24.36 


46.34 


23.56 


23.64 


21.54 


24.29 


163. 73 


5 


15 


26.36 


45.15 


23.31 


26.56 


20.76 


22.75 


164. 89 


5 


15 


26.16 


46.20 


23.36 


24.72 


18.96 


23.17 


162. 57 


5 


15 


21.44 


35.42 


18.77 


23.64 


18.66 


25.62 


143. 55 


5 


15 


26.08 


53.76 


26.85 


25.24 


21.21 


22.47 


175. 61 


5 


15 


24.16 


39.34 


21.30 


23.80 


17.49 


23.66 


149. 84 


5 


15 


24.72 


43.26 


22.68 


27.64 


22.62 


24.78 


165. 70 


5 


15 


23.24 


39.90 


20.29 


23.00 


17.76 


23.52 


147. 71 


5 


15 


25.44 


50.05 


24.37 


25.32 


20.19 


22.68 


168. 05 


1 


16 


21.64 


37.59 


18.31 


22.60 


17.73 


24.36 


142.23 


5 


15 


22.88 


39.69 


20.06 


26.76 


19.71 


23.24 


152. 34 


5 


15 


25.76 


47.95 


23.93 


26.32 


18.54 


24.01 


166. 51 


5 


15 


22.84 


37.38 


19.41 


22.64 


16.26 


25.90 


144. 43 








20.12 


37.52 


17.61 


20.92 


16. 62 


21.07 


133. 86 


5 


15 


21.16 


41.23 


19.22 


25.00 


18.72 


22.75 


148. 08 


4 


7 


26.40 


42.91 


23.34 


24.36 


18.09 


25.48 


160. 58 


4 


17 


27.96 


50.05 


25.74 


27.52 


19.86 


23.87 


175.00 


5 


15 


23.84 


39.83 


20.54 


24.84 


19.26 


25.20 


153. 51 


5 


15 


21.96 


42.84 


21.27 


22.84 


19.08 


22.26 


150. 25 


8 


9 


21.76 


39.48 


20.99 


28. 48 


18.78 


23.59 


153. 08 


5 


15 


24.36 


35.49 


18.61 


24.32 


16.14 


22.82 


141. 74 


5 


15 


25.28 


45.71 


24.56 


26.92 


21.84 


22.12 


166. 43 


5 


15 


23.60 


37.87 


19.14 


21.64 


16.14 


22.82 


141. 21 


5 


15 


21.76 


35.00 


19.52 


20.44 


16.29 


22.96 


135. 97 


4 


19 


29.64 


51.38 


25.37 


25.52 


18.12 


25.55 


175. 58 


5 


15 


22.56 


38.50 


20.42 


24.08 


18.84 


24.08 


148. 48 


5 


15 


21.44 


36.68 


18.95 


23.12 


18.93 


23.73 


142. 85 



1501—28- 



62 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1930) 'for the 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



338 



45 
151 
409 
387 
153 
rl81 
100 

58 
104 
342 
187 
377 
122 
139 
120 

93 
351 

85 
237 

51 
177 
123 
427 

89 
387 
101 
180 
278 
318 
159 
415 
257 
318 
218 
142 
124 
331 
334 
115 

62 
0105 
298 
284 
0372 
338 
192 
299 

20 
183 

53 
405 
245 
255 



Names 



Jennings, Zack David 

Johnson, Frank Lesher 

Johnson, Harold Frank... 

Johnson, Raymond Wilber 

Jones, Lafayette Jackson.. 

Kaiser, William Charles 

Kelly, Edwin Green 

Kiefer, Durand 

Kiernan, James Walter 

Kinert, John Oscar 

Kirvan, William Henderson 

Knoll, Denys William 

Koepke, Lyle Lawrence 

Kohlhas, Albert Posey, jr 

Konigsberg, Albert 

Kosco, George Francis 

Krick, Donald Francis 

Kyes, James Elsworth. 

Lackner, Peter Robert.. 

Laing, Frederick Williams ... 

Lampe, Alfred Ernest.. 

Lang, James Graeme 

Larson, Herman Northcott 

Lawver, Rowland Clifford 

Lee, John Elwood 

Legare, Herman Keith 

Lewis, John Miles... ... 

Lidstone, Nicholas Adair 

Lincoln, Horatio Alonzo 

Little, Edward Neal 

Lloyd, Russell 

Long, Veldon Oscar.. 

Lord, Charles Williams 

Love, Madison Chase 

Lowrance, Vernon Long 

Lowrey, William Watson 

Lucas, Frederic Colby, jr 

Lucker, Nicholas, jr 

Luongo, Frank Paul, jr 

Lynch, Oliver De Mouy Thomas . 

Lynch, Robert Francis 

MacGregor, Edgar John 3d 

MacKay, Hugh Trent 

Magill, Bradford Steele 

Malpass, Ray Edward. 

Marable, Herbert Hughes 

Marihart, Leo Aloysius 

Marix, George Elliott 

Marshall, Edmund Sylvester Lee. 

Marshall, Thomas Worth, jr 

Martell, Charles Bowling.. 

Massey, Lance Edward 

Masterson, Kleber Sanlin 

Mathews, Laurance Oldham, jr. _ 

Mauro, Charles Thomas, jr 

May, Leo George 



State from which 
appointed 



Mississippi . 
New Jersey. 
New York. . 
....do 



Rhode Island. 

Texas 

Michigan 

New Jersey. . . 
Washington- 
Maine 

Pennsylvania. 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania- 
New York 

Pennsylvania. 

Idaho 

Washington... 

Montana 

New York 

New Jersey... 

Minnesota 

Illinois 

do 



Date of ad- 
mission 



June 27,1925 
Sept. 23, 1926 
June 18, 1926 
June 23,1926 

do... 

June 15,1926 
June 21, 1926 
June 28,1926 
June 29, 1926 
June 22,1926 
July 24,1926 
June 21,1926 

do... 

June 22,1926 
June 21,1926 

. — -do 

Aug. 2, 1926 
June 23, 1926 
June 14,1926 
do... 



Delaware 

New York 

California 

Washington.. 

North Dakota 

Illinois 

New Jersey.. 

Colorado 

Pennsylvania 

District of Columbia 

North Carolina 

Texas 

Illinois 

C onnecticut 

New York 

Alabama 

New York 

do j 

Kentucky 

Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 

Virginia , 

North Dakota 

At large (Pres.) 

C alif ornia 

Ohio 

District of Columbia 

New York 

New Mexico 

Georgia 

Illinois 

New York.. 



Aug. 31, 1926 

June 17,1926 

June 22, 1926 

June 18,1926 

June 29,1926 

June 21,1926 

June 14,1926 

July 1, 1925 

June 22,1926 

June 18,1926 

June 27, 1925 

June 28,1926 

June 24,1926 

June 18,1926 

June 21,1926 

do 

Aug. 11,1926 

July 9, 1926 

June 28, 1926 

July 27,1926 

June 28,1926 

June 23, 1926 

Aug. 30,1926 

June 23,1926 

June 15,1926 

June 21,1926 

July 19,1926 

June 15,1926 

June 25,1926 

Aug. 24,1926 

June 17,1926 

June 23, 1926 

July 1, 1926 

July 27,1926 

June 22,1926 

July 9, 1926 



Age at date of 
admission 


Years 


Months 


18 


10 


19 


2 


19 


4 


19 


2 


17 


8 


18 


9 


18 


4 


18 


3 


20 


1 


18 


11 


18 


7 


19 


3 


19 


11 


18 


7 


16 


11 


18 


3 


17 


6 


20 


2 


17 





19 


6 


19 


2 


.19 


8 


18 


9 


19 


9 


17 


9 


18 


11 


17 





19 


8 


17 


4 


18 


2 


19 


4 


19 


1 


16 


11 


18 


9 


17 


2 


19 


7 


17 


5 


17 


1 


18 


11 


17 


8 


18 


8 


19 


11 


18 


7 


17 


2 


19 


11 


19 


1 


18 


6 


16 


11 


18 


4 


19 


8 


16 


8 


16 


9 


18 





18 


1 


19 
17 


7 




MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 63 

second year of their academic course, 457 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineering 
and aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 
and physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 

second 

year 
























Maximum 








Months 


Days 


32 


56 


28 


32 


24 


28 


200 


8 


9 


20.84 


38.78 


20.72 


23.64 


15.87 


24.01 


143.86 


5 


15 


23.08 


42.63 


22.38 


26.56 


21.90 


24 85 


161.40 


5 


15 


24.64 


43.82 


22. 95 


25.56 


19. 20 


23.59 


159. 76 


5 


15 


24.32 


45.85 


22.92 


24.76 


22.62 


23.73 


16420 


5 


15 


22.36 


42.70 


21.65 


25.64 


21.45 


20.09 


153. 89 


5 


15 


22.24 


35. 91 


18.59 


23.92 


15.66 


22.89 


139.21 


5 


15 


22.56 


36.96 


20.39 


22.40 


16.05 


22.75 


14L11 


5 


15 


23.16 


39.83 


21.26 


26.56 


21.27 


21.77 


153.85 


2 


25 


22.64 


38.92 


20.00 


25.84 


18.99 


25.90 


152.29 


5 


15 


25.44 


43.40 


24.88 


23.60 


19.68 


20.44 


157.44 


5 


15 


23.04 


43.47 


23.19 


27.44 


22.65 


22.75 


162.54 


5 


15 


23.76 


44.59 


21.90 


24.40 


19.37 


23.17 


157. 19 


3 


9 


21.68 


39.34 


19.89 


22.32 


17.67 


22.89 


143.79 


4 


17 


23.04 


39.90 


20.36 


24.24 


20.43 


24.08 


152. 05 


5 


15 


20.96 


37.10 


19.46 


24 36 


18.54 


21.35 


141. 77 


5 


15 


23.20 


42.63 


22.19 


26.04 


19.62 


22.33 


156.01 


5 


15 


23.16 


42.77 


21.35 


25.36 


19.38 


22.54 


154 56 


5 


15 


24. 00 


39.41 


23.03 


27.04 


18.96 


23.66 


156. 10 


5 


15 


23.00 


42.00 


22.62 


26.84 


20.82 


23.24 


158. 52 


5 


15 


22.60 


37.87 


19.47 


24.04 


17.31 


22.19 


143.48 


5 


15 


23.40 


39.13 


21.76 


28.08 


21.45 


25.34 


159. 16 


5 


15 


21.80 


41.30 


20.77 


24 20 


18.84 


21.63 


148.54 


5 


15 


24.84 


48.79 


22.42 


25.20 


18.48 


23.59 


163.32 


5 


15 


23.16 


40.46 


23.37 


24 92 


17.43 


23.10 


152.44 


5 


15 


24.28 


41.16 


22.53 


25. 52 


20.25 


22.26 


156.00 


5 


15 


21.64 


36.96 


18. 61 


22.08 


15.36 


22.47 


137. 12 


5 


15 


23.72 


40.74 


22.39 


26.32 


21.63 


23.94 


158.74 


5 


15 


20.76 


36.61 


18.06 


24.64 


18.36 


22.68 


14L11 


5 


15 


23.52 


45.99 


23.30 


24 08 


17.94 


22.54 


157. 37 


5 


15 


25.40 


44.94 


22.63 


21.56 


16.08 


21.70 


152. 31 


4 


3 


22.44 


37.38 


19.82 


22.80 


17.64 


26.39 


146.47 


5 


15 


22.32 


37.10 


18.83 


23.72 


18.09 


22.82 


142.88 


5 


15 


22.32 


39.90 


21.05 


26.32 


19.08 


24.85 


153.52 


5 


15 


21.28 


34.65 


17.96 


25.32 


16.50 


22.96 


138. 67 


5 


15 


22.20 


' 38. 78 


20.73 


23.32 


17.22 


25.27 


147. 52 


5 


15 


22.12 


38.57 


19.92 


23.96 


17.07 


22.96 


14460 


5 


15 


22.16 


39.83 


20.93 


23.64 


20.52 


22.54 


149. 62 


5 


15 


23.76 


39.83 


22.49 


25.36 


' 18.90 


24.01 


154 35 


5 


15 


23.96 


42.91 


22.23 


24.84 


20.34 


21.63 


155. 91 


5 


15 


23.64 


37.80 


18.93 


23.36 


16.68 


23.66 


144 07 


5 


15 


21.36 


37.73 


18.74 


23.28 


20.28 


22.61 


144 00 


4 


7 


22.64 


39.90 


21.77 


26.04 


20.97 


25.06 


156.38 


5 


15 


24.88 


44.10 


23.78 


24 72 


20.16 


24 50 


162. 14 


5 


15 


22.76 


43.47 


21.78 


26.00 


21.51 


21.63 


157. 15 


5 


15 


22.00 


37.87 


20.78 


25.12 


17.67 


22.05 


145.49 


5 


15 


24.84 


38.64 


19.80 


23.32 


17.28 


22.40 


146.28 


5 


15 


22.72 


36.40 


19.55 


23.56 


17.10 


22.75 


142.08 


5 


15 


22.52 


36.33 


20.28 


24.64 


16.50 


23.59 


143.86 


5 


15 


21.64 


39.62 


20.32 


25.56 


21.60 


22.68 


15L42 


5 


15 


23.84 


37.73 


20.06 


23.44 


17.70 


22.68 


145.45 


5 


15 


25.68 


50.33 


25.06 


24.72 


20.85 


22.68 


169.32 


5 


15 


24.88 


42.07 


21.88 


24 76 


16.44 


22.19 


152.22 


5 


15 


25.40 


45.64 


23.29 


25.32 


20.61 


22.87 


163.13 


5 


15 


20.84 


36.12 


18.77 


22.24 


18.81 


22.61 


139. 39 


4 


17 


21.20 


38.85 


19.06 


23.04 


20.46 


25.55 


148.16 


5 


15 


22.36 


39.13 


20.68 


24.80 


20.04 


20.58 


147.59 



64 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 



Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1930), for the 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of ad- 
mission 



..... 


•™ 


Years 


Months 


17 


7 


19 




17 


3 


17 


4 


18 


7 


18 


7 


19 


7 


19 


4 


17 


8 


18 


1 


18 


5 


17 


11 


17 


3 


19 


5 


17 


3 


19 


11 


19 


5 


17 


7 


17 


10 


18 


3 


16 


3 


17 


10 


18 


3 


16 


10 


17 


8 


19 


4 


18 


11 


19 


3 


17 


8 


19 


3 


18 


8 


17 


8 


16 


7 


20 


2 


19 


11 


19 





18 


1 


16 


5 


19 





18 


3 


18 


8 


20 


2 


18 


11 


17 


7 


20 





18 


8 


18 


5 


19 


7 


19 


11 


17 


9 


19 


5 


19 


1 


19 


6 


18 


10 


• 17 

18 


9 
4 



238 
319 
230 
270 
182 
288 
348 
195 

66 
158 
240 
259 
241 
447 
136 | 
20S 
355 
272 
r261 I 
172 
294 
212 

49 

21 
243 I 

55 

90 
267 
406 

*7 
188 

81 
304 
412 
393 
366 
384 



144 
0434 

25 
417 
374 
425 
264 
170 
375 

34 
113 
293 
109 
290 
t*\ 
r266 
445 



Maynard, Robert Horace 

Mayo, Raymond Leon 

McClain, Warren Howard.. 

McCombs, Charles Edward 

McCready, George Thomas, jr 

MeCullough, Montgomery Lientz, jr.. 

McGlathery, Richard Davis.. 

McGregor, Louis Darby, jr 

McKean, William Baggarley... 

McKnight, John Rowland, jr.. 

McLeod, Bowen Fails _ 

McMillian, Ira EUis 

McPeake, Richard Hayes 

McPherson, Kenneth Seton 

Miller, Albert Stanley 

Miller, Frank Blake 

Miller, George Washington 

Miller, Theodore Taft. 

Miller, Walter Edward, jr 

Mitchell, Alva Edwin 

Moffett, William Adger, jr. 

Montgomery, Edward Alexander 

Moore, Robert Lee, jr... 

Moore, William Brigham.. 

Moreno, John Aristides 

Moret, Paul 

Morton, Dudley Walker. 

Mothersill, Philip Wilder, jr... 

Mott, Elias Bertram, 2d 

Mulit, Lloyd Henry 

Neal, Alvin Willard 

Nelson, William Thackeray 

Newell, Byron Bruce 

Newman, Roscoe Lee 

Newsome, James Hillman 

Newton, Roy Arthur 

Nix, Joshua James.. 

Nixon, Richard Mueller 

Nutting, Kelvin Lightfoot 

O'Beirne, Emmet.. 

Odquist, George Paul.. 

O'Handiey, Joseph Allen Edward 

Olney, Davis Wing 

Ostrom, Charles Howard 

Over, George Russell 

Owen, Arthur Edwin 

Palmer, George Goldston 

Patten, Robert Melville 

Perkins, Robert Edward 

Peterson, Mell Andrew 

Phillips, Walter Blackburn 

Pieczentkowski, Herman Arnold 

Pilcher, Marshall Raymond 

Pirie, John Charles 

Pizzutiello, Henry, jr... 

Porter, Samuel Henry 



Delaware 

Texas 

Georgia. 

Ohio 

New York 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania... 

Georgia. 

Utah 

Oklahoma 

Mississippi 

Texas 

Massachusetts.. 

Washington 

New York 

Virginia... 

Illinois... 

Pennsylvania... 

Wisconsin 

Texas 

At large (Pres.). 

Georgia.. 

Maryland 

Utah. 

At large (Pres.). 

Michigan. 

Florida- , 

Colorado 

New Jersey 

California 

Arkansas 

Massachusetts.. 

Georgia. 

do.. 

do 



June 28,1926 
June 18, 1926 
June 23,1926 
do 



July 12,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 24,1926 
June 16, 1926 
June 28,1926 
June 15, 1926 
June 16,1926 
June 21, 1926 
June 15,1926 
June 21,1926 
June 28,1926 
June 21,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 21,1926 
July 12,1926 
June 23,1926 
June 15,1926 
do 



.do. 



Texas 

Tennessee. 

Ohio 

District of Columbia. 

Illinois 

Minnesota 

New York 

Michigan 

At large (Pres.) 

Ohio 

Maine. _ 

South Carolina 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Iowa 

Virginia. 

Rhode Island 

Indiana.. 

Nebraska. 

New York 

Pennsylvania 



June 28,1926 
June 15, 1926 
June 23,1926 

do 

Sept. 13, 1926 
June 16,1926 
June 14, 1926 
June 18,1926 
June 28,1926 
June 29,1926 
Aug. 14,1926 
June 18,1926 
July 15,1926 
July 2, 1926 
June 22,1926 
July 15,1926 
June 22,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 23,1926 
July 6, 1926 
June 15,1926 
do 



June 28,1926 

do 

June 22,1926 
do 



June 16,1926 
July 2, 1926 
June 15,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 14,1926 
June 19,1926 
June 16,1926 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 65 

second year of their academic course, 457 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineering 
and aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 
and physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 

second 

year 


Maximum 


Months 


Days 


32 


56 


28 


32 


24 


28 


200 


5 


15 


22.40 


37.52 


20.35 


25.68 


18.81 


23.73 


148. 49 


5 


15 


22.20 


38.22 


19.99 


24.44 


17.82 


21.91 


144. 58 


5 


15 


23.68 


39.27 


20.45 


24.28 


18.66 


22.47 


148. 81 


5 


15 


22.56 


38.57 


19.50 


23.20 


18.33 


24.71 


146. 87 


5 


15 


24.64 


42.21 


20.57 


22.84 


18.00 


24.01 


152. 27 


5 


15 


22.68 


36.40 


19.10 


24.04 


18.99 


24.78 


145. 99 


5 


15 


21.48 


36.54 


19.41 


23.32 


18.51 


24.43 


143. 69 


5 


15 


21.96 


43.54 


21.82 


23.84 


17.25 


22.96 


151. 37 


5 


15 


24.32 


44.66 


22.76 


26.24 


20.01 


23.87 


161. 86 


5 


15 


26.28 


41.79 


21.96 


24.24 


16.11 


23.17 


153. 55 


5 


15 


23.08 


38.36 


19.07 


25.40 


18.75 


23.80 


148. 46 


5 


15 


20.40 


37.66 


19.59 


25.92 


21.42 


22.47 


147. 46 


5 


15 


22.44 


39.69 


20.93 


23.36 


17.79 


24.22 


148. 43 


5 


15 


21.32 


35.00 


17.60 


22.80 


15.36 


21.63 


133. 71 


5 


15 


23.12 


40.88 


21.48 


25.24 


20.55 


23.38 


154. 65 


5 


15 


22.72 


40.95 


20.92 


25.20 


17.73 


22.75 


150. 27 


4 


3 


21.36 


37. 59 


19.52 


22.76 


18.45 


23.59 


143. 27 


5 


15 


22.08 


37.73 


19.85 


24.36 


19.26 


23.38 


146. 66 


2 


24 


22.84 


38.15 


19.18 


24.32 


18.03 


24.57 


147. 09 


5 


15 


25.12 


37.10 


20.86 


25.44 


21.09 


23.10 


152. 71 


5 


15 


22.12 


38.43 


18.60 


22.80 


18.03 


25.69 


145. 67 


5 


15 


21.76 


41.02 


19.49 


24.00 


19.59 


24.08 


149. 94 


5 


15 


23.40 


49.28 


22.93 


24.24 


18.63 


24.99 


163. 47 


5 


15 


26.68 


49.00 


24.66 


24.36 


20.52 


23.73 


168. 95 


5 


15 


21.20 


38.36 


22.06 


24.60 


21.03 


21.07 


148. 32 


3 


9 


26.60 


40.11 


22.50 


26.60 


20.73 


26.18 


162. 72 


2 


28 


24.80 


44.24 


21.75 


22. 56 


19.29 


25.97 


158. 61 


5 


15 


22.04 


37.52 


19.30 


23.00 


20.46 


24.64 


146. 96 


5 


15 


20.92 


36.54 


19.12 


23.56 


17.49 


21.70 


139. 33 


5 


15 


27.28 


50.61 


24.90 


26.84 


22.02 


22.19 


173. 84 


5 


15 


23.64 


38.99 


21.10 


27.80 


19.20 


21.28 


152. 01 


5 


4 


27.08 


44.38 


22.92 


25.16 


17.40 


23.24 


160. 18 


5 


15 


21.00 


41.44 


18.71 


21.36 


18.24 


24.36 


145. 11 


5 


15 


20.64 


36.75 


18.17 


22.28 


18.00 


23.17 


139. 01 


5 


15 


21.40 


36.47 


19.58 


23.08 


17.52 


22.89 


140. 94 


5 


15 


22.60 


37.45 


19.39 


23.16 


18.90 


20.86 


142. 36 


5 


15 


22.44 


36.75 


18.83 


24.16 


16.77 


22.47 


141. 42 


5 


15 


23.64 


47.67 


22.41 


25.56 


20.10 


21.56 


160. 94 


5 


15 


20.28 


37.38 


18.57 


24.12 


18.96 


22.96 


142. 27 


5 


15 


23.68 


43.19 


21.48 


22.88 


18.09 


24.92 


154. 24 


5 


15 


20.92 


35.84 


17.89 


21.76 


15.90 


23.87 


136. 18 


5 


15 


26.68 


47.04 


23.63 


27.00 


21.09 


22.75 


168. 19 


5 


15 


20.64 


36.26 


18.92 


22.84 


17.28 


22.54 


138. 48 


5 


15 


22.88 


37.03 


19.61 


24.24 


16.68 


21.63 


142. 07 


5 


15 


21.36 


35.98 


18.00 


23.40 


16.05 


22.47 


137. 26 


5 


15 


22.04 


38.71 


18.83 


23.96 


20.10 


23.38 


147. 02 


5 


15 


23.12 


39.76 


20.34 


25.12 


21.21 


23.24 


152. 79 


5 


15 


22.72 


36.33 


18.90 


23.24 


17.16 


23.66 


142. 01 


5 


15 


24.96 


48.58 


23.69 


25.96 


20.49 


23.52 


167. 20 


2 


28 


23.68 


41.51 


21.37 


25.28 


18.90 


25.76 


156. 50 


5 


15 


23.24 


35.84 


18.48 


24.16 


16.47 


27.51 


145. 70 


3 


23 


25.28 


41.72 


21.41 


23.36 


19.65 


25.48 


156. 90 


4 


26 


22.24 


40.88 


19.96 


23.36 


16.26 


23.17 


145. 87 


3 


23 


26.76 


48.79 


25. 12 


28.40 


22.38 


26.04 


177. 49 


4 


17 


22.88 


37.59 


19.91 


24.12 


20.28 


22.19 


146. 97 


5 


15 


21.40 


36.47 


17.80 


21.00 


15.87 


21.56 


134. 10 



66 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1930), for the 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 


Names 


State from which 
appointed 


Date of ad- 
mission 


Age at date of 
admission 


Years 


Months 


317 


Post. William Schuvler. ir 


California .. 


Aug. 14,1926 
June 14,1926 
June 15, 1925 
June 21,1926 

do 

do 

July 6, 1926 
June 24,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 16,1926 
July 1, 1926 
June 16,1926 
July 6, 1926 
June 22,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 15,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 30,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 21,1926 
June 29,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 25,1926 
July 20,1926 
June 29,1925 
June 14,1926 

do 

June 21,1926 
June 28,1926 

do 

June 24,1926 
Aug. 14,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 16,1926 
June 21,1926 
June 14,1926 
Sept. 23, 1920 
June 23,1926 
Aug. 12,1926 
June 28,1926 
Aug. 30,1926 
June 22,1926 
June 14,1926 
June 21,1926 
July 12,1926 
June 21,1926 
June 18,1926 
June 22,1926 
June 19,1926 j 
June 15,1926 ! 
July 1,1926 | 
June 16,1926 , 
June 18,1926 

do : 

June 16,1926 
do i 


18 
18 
18 
19 
19 
20 
16 
19 
19 
19 
18 
19 

» 

18 
17 
16 
18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
17 
20 
18 
20 
19 
18 
19 
17 
18 
18 
19 
19 
19 
19 
18 
19 
18 
18 
17 
20 
19 
17 
19 
19 
19 
17 
18 
19 
18 
18 
19 
19 
18 
18 
17 




1 
4 
9 
5 
1 

10 
7 
7 
8 
4 
3 


11 
8 

5 

i 

ii 

10 
4 
3 
2 

1 
8 
1 
3 
6 
9 
2 
4 
4 
3 
2 
1 
2 
4 
1 
5 
4 

11 
4 
4 
2 
3 

11 
6 
4 
8 
5 
3 
9 
8 
6 


306 Price. E dear Oliver 


Maryland 


204 


Price, Thomas Davis 


Minnesota... 

Wisconsin . . 


257 


Prien, Walter Ferdinand 


329 


Pusel, Nicholas Jacob 


North Dakota 

Nebraska 

New Jersev 


151 


Qniggle, T.vrmp. nine 


135 


Randall, Samuel Mentz 


413 


Randolph, Samuel A 


Utah 


448 


Reeder, Frederick Martin 


At large (Pres.) 

Kentucky 

Indiana 

Colorado 

Texas 

Pennsylvania 

Kentucky 

At large (Pres.) 

New Hampshire 

Kentucky 

Colorado 

New York 

Florida 

Mississippi 

California 

New York 

do . 


354 


Reinecke, Frank Mills .. ...... 


250 


Reinhard, Walter Albert 


192 


Renfro, Edward Clark. 


178 


Rigsbee, Everett Olin, jr_ 


54 


Riva, Victor Emmanuel . 


312 


Robbins, Josephus Amberg 


226 


Robinson, Frank T.aerllein 


421 


Robinson, Oakleigh Williams 


353 


Robv, Allan Barkhurst 


35 


Rodgers, James William 


73 


Rohr, Charles Herman Adolph 


249 


Rosasco, Robert Adrian 


»f410 


Ross, Emmett Collins . . 


112 


Boss, Russell Roosevelt.. 


357 


Ruddv, Joseph Alovsius, jr. ._ 


221 


Ruff, Lawrence Ernest.. 


222 


Russell, Paul Weslev 


North Dakota 

Idaho 

Washington 

Michigan 

New York 

Illinois 

California 

Alabama 

Maryland 

New York 

Michigan 

New Jersey... 

Arizona 

Virginia 

Louisiana 

Tennessee.. 

Kentucky 

Rhode Island 

New York... 

Illinois ■ 

Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Georgia. 

New York '• 

Connecticut 

Virginia.. 

Maine 

Pennsylvania 

Georgia 

Massachusetts 

New Hampshire 


176 


Rutter, Roval Lawrence 


233 


Salisburv, Jack Sumner 


311 


Salmon, Ronald Dean... 


312 


Sanchez, Henrv Gabriel 


60 


Sanders, Eddie Reuel 


297 


Sanders, William Henrv.. 


119 


Sands, Eugene Thomas 


165 


Sass, Donald Jacob.. _ 


g2my 2 


Schaefer, Everett Bernard 


125 


Schulte, Joseph Anthonv 


96 


Scull, Gifiord 


0424 


Seargeant, John 


128 


Seay, George Cameron 


197 


Shaffer, John Jackson, 3d 


268 


Sharp, Raymond Neil 


157 


Sheelev, William Robert 


48 


Simons, Manlev Hale, 3d 


275 


Sisson, John Edgar 


r383 


Sloane, Theodore Paul 


132 


Sloat, Frank Truman 


408 


Smith, Harrv 


254 


Smith, Julius Lundie, jr. 


r440 


Smith, Maurel Ricks _. 


303 


Smith, Philip Thomas, jr.. 


325 


Snead, William Overton, jr 


0363 


Snow, Richard Rice 


435 


Snvder, Joseph CantwelL. . 


229 


Spence, Hiram Warner 


*9 


Spofford, Richard Tenney 


399 


Spring, Arthur Finn 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 67 

second year of their academic course, 457 members, June, 1928 — Continued 







Engineering 
and aero- 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 
second 


Sea service in 


nautics 




and physics 








year 


practice ships 




















Maximum 


Months 


Days 


32 


56 


28 


32 


24 


28 


200 


5 


15 


20.96 


35.00 


19.33 


24.96 


20.70 


23.73 


144.68 


5 


15 


22.56 


39.41 


20.33 


23.72 


16.59 


22.40 


145. 01 


8 


9 


24.76 


38.36 


20.11 


26.84 


16.05 


24.50 


150.62 


5 


15 


23.76 


39.41 


19.76 


24.28 


18.54 


21.77 


147. 52 


5 


4 


22.64 


37.38 


19.63 


23.16 


18.63 


22.68 


144.12 


5 


15 


23.96 


38.36 


21.94 


26.36 


19.68 


23.59 


153.89 


5 


15 


22.60 


39.97 


21.74 


26.76 


20.37 


23.31 


154.75 


5 


15 


21.08 


36.47 


18.18 


23.16 


18.18 


21.84 


138. 91 


5 


15 


20.64 


34.65 


17.43 


22.88 


15.60 


22.47 


133. 67 


4 


7 


20.44 


36.75 


18.98 


24.80 


20.22 


22.19 


143.38 


5 


15 


22.68 


. 40. 67 


20.30 


22.76 


17.19 


24.22 


147. 82 


3 


9 


24.56 


39.69 


21.35 


23.56 


18.60 


23.66 


151. 42 


4 


7 


23.48 


40.04 


20.85 


24.72 


20.64 


22.61 


152. 34 


5 


15 


24.32 


47.71 


22.81 


24.28 


20.82 


23.17 


163.11 


5 


15 


21.60 


38.99 


19.63 


23.84 


18.12 


22.61 


144. 79 


5 


15 


21.48 


37.73 


21.51 


25.40 


21.09 


21.84 


149. 05 


5 


15 


21.36 


34. 79 


17.89 


23.64 


18.03 


22.26 


137. 97 


5 


15 


22.20 


38.36 


20.80 


22.76 


15.75 


23.52 


143.39 


5 


15 


24.80 


46.13 


23.87 


27.44 


21. 24 


23.66 


167. 14 


4 


7 


24.56 


45.78 


22.64 


24.68 


21.15 


22.33 


161. 14 


5 


15 


23.04 


36.61 


19.33 


24.44 


21.48 


23.03 


147. 93 


2 


24 


20.32 


34.37 


18.17 


24.36 


17.19 


24.78 


139. 19 


5 


15 


20.60 


42.42 


20.78 


27.52 


20.22 


25.27 


156. 81 


5 


15 


21.64 


37.03 


19.08 


23.32 


17.91 


24.22 


143.20 





15 


22.20 


41.30 


20.65 


22.80 


18.69 


23.87 


149. 51 


5 


15 


23.76 


39.41 


21.18 


22.92 


18.81 


23.38 


149. 46 


5 


15 


24.08 


41.86 


21.53 


25.32 


16.50 


23.17 


152. 46 


5 


15 


22.84 


41.44 


20.77 


23.00 


17.34 


23.31 


148. 70 


5 


15 


23.04 


40.18 


19.14 


22.68 


17.37 


22.40 


144.81 


5 


15 


22.04 


38.64 


18.80 


23.28 


20.40 


21.63 


144.79 


5 


4 


24.84 


42.42 


23.67 


25.96 


19.74 


25.62 


162. 25 


5 


15 


21.96 


38.43 


21.87 


21.76 


18.36 


23.17 


145. 55 


5 


15 


22.84 


42.98 


22.41 


25.24 


19.47 


23.17 


156. 11 


5 


15 


22.48 


41.79 


21.84 


25.24 


18.48 


23.45 


153.28 


2 


24 


23.48 


39.06 


19.95 


23.08 


19.56 


22.05 


147. 18 


5 


15 


23.96 


44.87 


21.86 


24.80 


17.34 


23.03 


155. 86 


5 


15 


22.96 


44.59 


20.45 


25.04 


20.85 


24.15 


158. 04 


5 


15 


20.64 


36.33 


18.46 


21.16 


17.67 


23.10 


137. 36 


5 


15 


22.80 


47.11 


21.10 


23.58 


18.66 


22.47 


155. 72 


5 


15 


23.00 


38.01 


20.00 


27.64 


17.79 


24.71 


151. 15 


5 


15 


25.16 


38.50 


21.09 


22.20 


16.44 


23.52 


146. 91 


5 


15 


23.08 


42.42 


20.34 


25.32 


19.62 


22.89 


153.67 


5 


15 


25.52 


48.09 


24.02 


24.96 


17.64 


23.45 


163.68 


5 


15 


25.28 


39.34 


20.13 


22.68 


16.98 


22.19 


146. 60 


4 


7 


21.72 


35.28 


19.47 


22.80 


15.72 


26.46 


141. 45 


5 


15 


24.64 


43.68 


21.27 


25.84 


18.06 


21.56 


155. 05 


5 


15 


22.28 


37.31 


19.27 


21.12 


15.66 


23.59 


139.23 


5 


15 


21.48 


37.10 


20.03 


26.60 


18.33 


24.15 


147. 69 


5 


15 


20.52 


35.35 


18.57 


22.92 


17.37 


20.72 


135. 45 


5 


15 


21.92 


40.39 


19.83 


23.60 


16.92 


22.47 


145. 13 


5 


15 


22.80 


36.82 


18.84 


24.12 


18.39 


23.31 


144.28 


2 


24 


23.28 


36.96 


19.72 


21.96 


16.89 


23.80 


142. 61 


5 


15 


21.40 


36.26 


19.18 


21.20 


16.71 


21.28 


136.03 


5 


15 


22.24 


38.29 


20.80 


24.92 


20.28 


22.33 


148.86 


5 


15 


25.80 


50.12 


24.77 


26.96 


22.68 


22.05 


172.38 


1 


16 


22.64 


36.47 


18.74 


22.20 


17.34 


22.54 


139.93 



68 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1930), for the 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of ad- 
mission 



Age at date of 



279 

190 

121 
418 j 

314 



153 
103 



82 
420 
130 
?210 
107 
i438 
147 
324 
253 
184 I 
155 
314 
411 
Q220y 2 

no 

92 i 
367 
323 
262 
442 
134 

397 
77 

381 
64 

J426 



31 
355 
338 

191 
167 
372 
307 
18 
281 
*14 
432 
322 

&431 
/19 
389 
327 

«400 
291 
•15 



Steiner, William Bassett. 

Stevens, Clyde Benjamin, jr 

Stevens, James Edward 

Stevenson, Harry Clinton 

Stewart, William Henry , 

Stich, Francis Stephen , 

Stretch, David Albert 

Stroh, Robert Joseph , 

Strohbehn, Walter William _., 

Sutherland, Robert Theodore, jr_. 

Sutton, Robert Dixie 

Swan, Bryan Fred. 

Swanson, Robert Claude 

Tatom, John Fletcher 

Taylor, Crittenden Battelle 

Taylor, Robert Hudson. 

Thibault, James Lorenzo 

Thomas, William Clyde... 

Thompson, Lloyd Cooper 

Thornhill, Thomas James, jr 

Tisdale, William Graham, jr 

Todd, Donald Whiley 

Tracy, Thomas Brodhead 

Trippensee, Bruce Edward Sco field 

Trower, Robert Smith, 3d 

Van Metre, Thaddeus Johnson 

Verhoye, Harry James.. 

Vorhees, Mack Edmund 

Vosseller, James Oliver 

Wadsworth, Alexander Scammel Cam- 
eron. 

Wagner, Edwin Otto. 

Wagner, Frank Gilbert, jr 

Wakefield, Ellis Kerr... 

Walter, Wilfred Aves 

Warkoczewski, Stanley Joseph 

Webb, Thomas Sherman 

PTeiss, Frederick Adolph, jr 

R"elch, Eugene Moynahan 

Weller, Donald McPherrin 

Weller, Samuel Paxton, jr 

Wesanen, William Frank 

West, Albert Roswell 

Westhofen, Charles Louis 

Whelchel, David Lee 

Whitaker, Joe McAdams 

White, Olirer Edward.. 

Whitehurst, Edson Hill 

Whitefield, James Dickson, jr 

Wickens, Justin Leo 

Wigstead, Leslie Raymond 

Wilbourne, William Wilkerson. 

Wilbur, James Taylor 

Willard, Charles Louis, jr... 

Williams, Francis Hubert 

Williams, Glendon Dean 



Missouri June 30,1926 

Colorado. June 28,1926 

New Jersey June 16,1926 

Ohio i June 21,1926 

New York do_ 

Wisconsin- July 27,1926 

New Jersey July 2,1926 

New York June 14,1926 

Iowa June 15,1926 

Colorado do 

New York ,,June 25,1926 

Missouri June 22,1926 

Washington I June 18,1926 

Florida I July 13,1926 

Michigan June 14,1926 

....do. 

June 18,1926 
June 24,1926 



New York 

Washington 

Pennsylvania... 

California 

Pennsylvania. . 

Texas. 

Massachusetts.. 

Kentucky 

West Virginia.. 

Tennessee 

Massachusetts. . 
North Carolina. 

Wisconsin 

Georgia. 

Tennessee 

Indiana... 

New York 

Tennessee 

Indiana .-. 

California 

Alabama.. 

Michigan 

Florida 

do 

Iowa 



June 18, 
July 6, 
June 21, 
June 14, 
June 30, 
June 21, 
June 28, 
July 12, 
June 21, 
do.. 



June i4, 
July 1, 
July 26, 
Aug. 12, 
June 28, 
June 16, 
June 21, 
June 22, 
June 14, 
June- 30, 
June 22, 
Aug. 14, 
July 6, 
June 14, 
do.. 



Years Months 



Georgia 

Arkansas 

Pennsylvania... 

Mississippi j June 18,1926 

Texas I June 15,1925 

Michigan j June 28,1926 

At large (Pres.) \ July 31,1925 

New York June 21,1926 

Ohio I June 14,1926 

Virginia. | June 26,1926 

Nevada. j July 7,1926 

New Jersey July 12,1926 

Ohio June 21,1926 

Illinois Sept. 3,1926 

At large (Pres.) j June 16,1926 



1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 



1926 



1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 
1926 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 69 

second year of their academic course, 1^57 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineering 
and aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 
and physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 

second 

year 


Maximum 


Months 


Days 


32 


56 


28 


32 


24 


28 


300 


5 


15 


21.48 


37.03 


19. 10 


23.64 


21.96 


23.24 


146. 45 


5 


15 


22.96 


40.95 


22.06 


24.76 


19.29 


21.84 


151. 86 


3 


9 


22.80 


43.54 


21.64 


24.92 


19. 05 


24.08 


156. 03 


4 


4 


21.44 


37.10 


18.56 


23.08 


16.11 


22.05 


138. 34 


5 


15 


21.88 


37. 59 


18.53 


23.68 


19.47 


23.59 


144.74 


4 


■ 7 


24.60 


39.76 


23.41 


25.80 


19.65 


24.50 


157. 72 


5 


15 


23.20 


38.78 


20.73 


26.56 


21.06 


23.52 


153. 85 


5 


15 


23.92 


42.28 


22.30 


25.04 


19.77 


24.01 


157. 32 


5 


15 


22.44 


36.61 


19.02 


25.48 


16.17 


25.13 


144.85 


5 


15 


25.84 


44.73 


22.65 


24.68 


18.45 


23.52 


159. 87 


5 


15 


22.20 


35.56 


17.69 


23.72 


16.38 


22.54 


138. 09 


2 


28 


23.32 


39.55 


21.86 


24.16 


20.58 


25.76 


155. 23 


2 


24 


23.28 


38.85 


20.00 


25.76 


18.24 


24.01 


150. 14 


5 


15 


23.16 


42.70 


21.41 


25.32 


21.90 


22. 54 


157. 03 


1 


16 


21.28 


35.21 


17.46 


23.52 


15.42 


22.82 


135. 71 


5 


15 


23.40 


40.39 


19.99 


24.92 


21.78 


23.52 


154.00 


5 


15 


21.72 


37.10 


19.97 


22.20 


19.29 


24.01 


144. 29 


5 


15 


23.56 


40.11 


21.44 


23.28 


16.77 


22.54 


147. 70 


5 


15 


22.36 


40.81 


20.90 


23.60 


20.25 


24.22 


152. 14 


1 


21 


25.52 


40.11 


22.21 


23.52 


19.17 


23.31 


153. 84 


5 


15 


22.40 


87.80 


19.41 


24.84 


16.77 


23.52 


144. 74 


5 


15 


23.12 


36.40 


18.13 


21.76 


16.05 


23.66 


139. 12 


2 


24 


22.76 


41.65 


20.41 


24.04 


17.85 


22.82 


149. 53 


5 


15 


28.52 


49.07 


24.39 


26.00 


21.75 


22.61 


172. 34 


5 


15 


25.24 


48.86 


23.25 


22.16 


17.04 


22.05 


158. 60 


5 


15 


21.96 


36.96 


19.49 


23.32 


17.13 


23.45 


142.31 


5 


15 


21.96 


36.75 


19.07 


23.80 


19.38 


23.41 


144.37 


5 


15 


21.72 


38.92 


20. 79* 


24.56 


18.33 


22.75 


147. 07 


5 


15 


20.20 


36.40 


17.94 


22.56 


15.78 


22.12 


135.00 


5 


15 


25.04 


40.81 


21.09 


26.72 


19.05 


22.19 


154. 90 


5 


15 


21.16 


36.33 


18.83 


22.48 


18.30 


23.31 


140. 41 


5 


15 


25.60 


44.73 


23.90 


24.28 


20.01 


22.19 


160. 71 


5 


15 


20.96 


38.36 


20.08 


23.08 


16.95 


22.05 


141.48 


5 


15 


25.04 


47.88 


23.58 


23.60 


18.36 


23.59 


162.05 


2 


24 


20.96 


34.37 


18.24 


22.96 


17.10 


23.52 


137. 15 


5 


15 


21.16 


37.10 


19.28 


22.68 


18.81 


23.73 


142.76 


4 


7 


25.72 


45.99 


23.54 


25.92 


21.99 


24.78 


167. 94 


5 


15 


21.60 


37.59 


19.03 


24.76 


18.66 


21.63 


143. 27 


5 


15 


21.92 


37.24 


19.65 


25.64 


17.22 


22.19 


143. 86 


5 


15 


22.96 


39.90 


20.45 


25.12 


19.38 


23.66 


151. 47 


5 


15 


22.80 


43.12 


20.67 


25.12 


17.91 


23.52 


153. 14 


5 


15 


20. 96 


41.51 


18.66 


21.24 


16.89 


22.82 


142. 08 


2 


18 


24.76 


35.98 


19.02 


23.00 


18.81 


23.88 


144. 95 


3 


9 


24.88 


45.36 


23.45 


27.76 


22.29 


26.04 


169. 78 


5 


15 


21.20 


40.18 


21.26 


24.20 


17.55 


21.98 


146.37 


5 


15 


27.52 


50.61 


25.41 


24.44 


19.41 


23. 52 


170. 91 


5 


15 


20.60 


37.31 


18.21 


22.36 


16.74 


21.28 


136. 50 


5 


15 


23.24 


38.08 


20.84 


23.24 


16.80 


22.19 


144. 39 


5 


15 


21. 44 


34.86 


18.17 


23.32 


15.21 


23.59 


136. 59 


5 


15 


26.32 


47.32 


23.88 


26.36 


22.08 


23.52 


169. 48 


5 


15 


21.28 


37.80 


18.42 


22.80 


16.71 


24.08 


141.09 


5 


15 


22.48 


36.61 


18.97 


25.00 


16.95 


24.15 


144.16 


5 


15 


23.32 


35.35 


19.07 


22.52 


17.13 


22.47 


139. 86 


5 


15 


21.76 


38.57 


19.69 


24.24 


16.53 


24.99 


145. 78 


5 


15 


25.52 


49.63 


24.83 


27.04 


20.76 


22.75 


170. 53 



70 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present second class (class of 1930), for the 



Order 
of gen- 
eral 
merit 
for 
aca- 
demic 
year 



335 

347 
26 
301 
201 
344 
428 
244 
430 
414 
224 
276 
198 
ft390 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Williams, Macpherson Berrien... 

Wilson, Francis Edmond , 

Winant, Frank Ingersoll, jr 

Wingard, Walter Clement, jr 

Wogan, Thomas Lincoln 

Wolverton, Royal Allen 

Woodard, William Thornton 

Woodruff, James Albert, jr • 

Wright, Thomas Kenneth 

Wygant, Henry Sollett, jr 

Wylie, William Naylor 

Yeaton, Samuel Sylvester 

Young, Joseph Burwell Hawkins 
Zuntag, Alexander Andrew 



Georgia 

Missouri 

Maryland 

Georgia. 

New York 

Oklahoma 

Kansas.. 

Vermont 

Alabama 

Oklahoma 

Ohio 

Maine. 

Pennsylvania. 
New York 



Date of ad- 
mission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years Months 



July 27,1926 

June 23,1926 

July 2, 1926 

June 15,1925 

June 28,1926 

Aug. 19,1926 

June 18,1926 

June 23,1926 

June 14,1926 

Aug. 21,1926 

July 14,1926 

do 

June 21,1926 
do 



20 


1 




19 


2 




19 


7 




17 


6 




17 


5 




19 


6 




19 


4 




17 


11 




20 


2 




20 


3 




18 


9 




19 


2 




17 


9 




19 


10 





MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT SECOND CLASS 71 

second year of their academic course, 457 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineering 
and aero- 
nautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineering 
and physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate, 

second 

year 


Maximum 


Months 


Days 


32 


56 


28 


32 


24 


28 


200 


5 


15 


20.56 


36.54 


19.45 


24.08 


18.84 


24.49 


143.96 


5 


15 


23.52 


38. 08 


20. 36 


23.44 


16.47 


21.84 


143.71 


5 


15 


25.32 


47.11 


23.77 


26.24 


21.51 


24.15 


168. 10 


5 


15 


22.88 


39.62 


19.67 


23.08 


18.27 


21.77 


145.29 


5 


15 


22.24 


38.50 


21.17 


24.76 


21.69 


22.40 


150. 76 


5 


15 


22.36 


36.82 


17. 91 


25.12 


17.97 


23.59 


143. 77 


5 


15 


21.76 


34.37 


18.71 


22.32 


16.38 


23.45 


136.99 


4 


21 


21.80 


37.80 


19.85 


25.88 


19.65 


23.31 


148.29 


5 


15 


22.40 


35.98 


18.12 


21.32 


15.18 


23.66 


136. 66 


5 


15 


21.28 


36.61 


18.53 


21.04 


15.33 


25.06 


138. 85 


5 


15 


22.28 


39.20 


20.91 


26.52 


17.28 


22.96 


149. 15 


5 


15 


22.72 


40.81 


21.34 


22.36 


17.37 


21. 98 


146.58 


5 


15 


24.80 


37.38 


20.10 


25. 16 


19.83 


23.80 


151.07 


5 


15 


20.68 


35.00 


19.00 


23.08 


20.07 


23.24 


141. 07 



72 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class {class of 1931), 



Order 
of 

general 
merit 

for aca- 
demic 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years 



Months 



177 
355 
525 
190 
301 
320 
306 
*12 
506 
*15 
145 

*1 

ft530 

359 

86 
291 
»532 
197 

53 
381 
140 
157 
435 
518 
432 

88 
*28 
519 
307 
1S1 
266 
315 
151 
402 
494 
*31 
*46 
352 
426 
*47 
206 
*30 
507 
270 
296 
J536 
201 
101 
276 
474 
183 

75 

76 
156 
496 



Abbott, Howard Joseph.... Iowa 

Adair, Noah, jr Arizona 

Adams, Richard Welker Pennsylvania- 
Adams, Wayne Horace Illinois 

Aldrich, Charles Warren California 

Allen, Edward Henry North Dakota- 
Allen, Robbins Woodhouse J Connecticut. .. 

Almgren, Charles Raymond-.. Illinois 

Georgia 

.—do 

Montana 

Kentucky 



Alston, Augustus Howard, jr 

Anderson, Charles Edison 

Anderson, Jay Stephens 

Anderson, Richard Kerfoot 

Andrews, Charles Marshall, jr j Arkansas 

Andrews, Richard Stottko I New Mexico — 

Antrim, Richard Nott Indiana 

Ardito, William Angelo ! Massachusetts.. 

Arthur, Lionel Alexander j New York 

Ashworth, Philip Hamilton __j Massachusetts.. 

Ashworth, Thomas, jr Idaho 

Axelson, Karl Axel Sigfrid J Illinois 

Bailey, Walter Clyde j California 

Barker, Horace Dill : New Jersey 

Barr, Clark Heimark.. ! California 

Bass, Raymond Henry ■ Arkansas 

Bate, Kenneth Richard j Illinois 

Bater, Harold j New Jersey 

Bauer, Dale Albert i Nebraska 

Beckmann, Alcorn Gustav J Missouri 

Becton, Frederick Julian. _. ! Arkansas 

Beebe, Robert Park .j Utah.. 

Bell, Allen Chamberlain • North Carolina. 

Bellis, Louis Joseph.. j New York 

Bence, Robert Lawrence i Indiana 

Berthold, Kenneth Carmel J Massachusetts.. 

Beruefiy, Max, jr | Colorado 

Betts, Sherman Wilcox .1 New York 

Biglow, James Otis j Ohio 

Bingham, Edward Meade __ Virginia 

Black, Joseph Dean ...I Illinois 

Black, Orrin Franklin ■ Kentucky 

Blessman, Edward Martin ! Wisconsin 

Massachusetts.. 

Maryland 

Michigan 

California 

Washington 



June 22,1927 
June 15, 
Aug. 29, 
July 2, 
June 28, 
June 14, 
July 15, 
June 16, 
do- 
June 15, 
June 14, 
June 15, 
June 13, 
June 30, 
June 20, 
July 5, 
June 14, 
June 13, 
do- 
June 15, 
June 30, 
June 14, 
June 30, 
June 29, 
Aug. 22, 
June 14, 
June 16, 

do .. 

June 15, 

June 21, 

June 16, 

do.. 

June 27, 
June 17. 
June 30, 
June 14, 
do.. 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 

1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 

1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 

1927 
1927 
1927 

1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



Booth, Charles Thomas, 2d... 

Bouve, Warren Lincoln 

1 Bowstrom, Robert Milton 

j Brace, Frederic Richard 

j Bradshaw, Terence Crawford 

Braught, Charles Franklin J Pennsylvania 

Braun, William Baumert ' New Jersey.. 

Brockway, John Hadley j Wyoming 

Bronson, Ward.. i New York... 

Brooks, Charles Ballance, jr j Tennessee 

Brossy, Henry Earl j New York... 

Brown, Elliott Mitchell Utah 

Brown, Nelson Kenyon j Pennsylvania 

Brown, Robert Samuel I Arkansas 



June 30, 
June 13, 
June 15, 
June 21, 

do. 

June 18. 
July 15, 
Aug. 20 ; 
June 21 
do 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 

1927 
1927 
1926 
1927 



; 



June 14 
June 23 
Aug. 1 
June 
June 
June 
July 
Ju.y 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 73 

for the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


CO 

si 
I 


C/3 
>> 

03 




Maximum 


12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


8.69 


23.68 


12. 36 


9.00 


10.69 


15.44 


79.86 


2 


21 


8.21 


22.92 


10.88 


7.75 


10.24 


15.12 


75.12 


2 


21 


8.23 


20.60 


9.80 


8.26 


7.82 


15.24 


69.95 


2 


21 


9.30 


22.04 


11.28 


9.86 


11.27 


15.68 


79.43 


2 


21 


7.86 


21.52 


12.54 


9.23 


9.44 


15.68 


76.27 


2 


21 


9.83 


23.28 


12.10 


8.22 


7.92 


14.52 


75.87 


2 


21 


9.55 


23.48 


13.28 


8.68 


9.16 


12.04 


76.19 


2 


21 


9.08 


29.52 


14.26 


9.39 


9.91 


15.56 


87.72 


2 


21 


8.23 


21.12 


10.62 


7.74 


7.92 


15.76 


71.39 


2 


21 


9.80 


29.04 


14.10 


9.15 


10.22 


15.12 


87.43 


2 


21 


8.82 


24.40 


13.06 


8.65 


10.50 


15.56 


80.99 


2 


21 


10.43 


28.72 


15.10 


10.48 


11.20 


15.80 


91.73 





00 


6.92 


20.68 


10.42 


7.99 


9.36 


14.24 


69.61 


2 


21 


8.50 


22.88 


11.08 


8.53 


9.00 


15.04 


75.03 


1 


23 


9.67 


24.68 


13.12 


9.99 


9.74 


15.96 


83.16 


2 


21 


9.93 


22.20 


12.06 


8.59 


8.74 


15.08 


76.60 


2 


21 


8.74 


19.96 


10.36 


8.46 


7.61 


14.36 


69U9 


2 


21 


10.00 


24.24 


12.50 


8.49 


8.55 


15.48 


79.26 


2 


21 


9.11 


26.64 


13.46 


9.07 


10.83 


15.64 


84.75 


2 


21 


7.82 


20.96 


11.62 


9.40 


9.01 


15.68 


74.49 


2 


21 


8.74 


24 28 


12.80 


9.16 


10.97 


15.28 


81.23 


2 


21 


9.71 


24.04 


12.40 


9.22 


10.57 


14.56 


80.50 


2 


21 


9.38 


22.00 


10.82 


8.10 


8.45 


14.80 


73.55 


2 


21 


8.19 


20.64 


10.34 


8.15 


7.96 


15.40 


70.68 


2 


21 


9.11 


21.12 


10.70 


• 7.98 


8.93 


15.76 


73.60 


2 


21 


8.98 


25.96 


13.14 


9.48 


9.94 


15.60 


83.10 


1 


23 


9.61 


26.68 


14.32 


9.70 


10.55 


15.64 


86.50 


2 


21 


7.79 


20.16 


10.72 


8.07 


7.76 


15.80 


70.30 


2 


21 


8.18 


22.24 


11.48 


8.77 


9.82 


15.68 


76.17 


2 


21 


10.06 


24.60 


12.06 


8.89 


8.69 


15.48 


79.78 


2 


21 


9.07 


23.80 


11.60 


8.56 


8.60 


15.68 


77.31 


2 


21 


8.32 


22.96 


11.60 


8.67 


8.57 


15.84 


75. 96 


2 


21 


8.40 


25.68 


12.12 


9.08 


9.67 


15. 80 


80.75 


2 


21 


8.42 


21.32 


10.60 


8.14 


10.30 


15.36 


74. 14 


2 


21 


7.78 


20.84 


10.28 


8.70 


10.11 


14.04 


71.75 


2 


21 


9.51 


27.96 


13.82 


9.13 


10.90 


14.76 


86.08 


2 


21 


10.06 


28.32 


13.34 


8.00 


10.15 


15.40 


85.27 


2 


21 


9.46 


22 28 


10.90 


8.91 


7.99 


15.64 


75.18 


2 


21 


8.50 


22.08 


11.12 


8.50 


7.87 


15.60 


73.67 


1 


23 


8.90 


28.36 


13.22 


8.36 


10.77 


15.64 


85.25 


2 


21 


9.11 


22.60 


12.10 


9.00 


10.31 


15.88 


79.00 


2 


21 


10.57 


25.80 


12.84 


10.15 


11.35 


15.40 


86.11 


2 


21 


8.22 


21.56 


10.90 


8.71 


8.06 


13.92 


71.37 


1 


23 


8.58 


23.48 


10.94 


8.16 


10.11 


15.96 


77.23 


2 


21 


8.17 


24.08 


11.80 


8.27 


9.93 


14.16 


76.41 





00 


8.05 


20.20 


10.34 


7.17 


7.68 


15.36 


68.80 


2 


21 


10.53 


23.64 


12.02 


8.62 


8.72 


15.64 


79.17 


2 


21 


8.95 


25.56 


12.42 


9.30 


10.70 


15.68 


82.61 


2 


21 


8.65 


22.60 


11.02 


8.53 


10.41 


15.80 


77.01 


2 


21 


8.58 


20.32 


10.36 


7.78 


9.55 


15.76 


72.35 


2 


21 


9.45 


26.04 


11.32 


8.63 


8.68 


15.56 


79.68 


2 


21 


10.59 


25.08 


13.62 


10.29 


8.38 


15.68 


83.64 


2 


21 


9.24 


26.36 


13.42 


8.94 


9.91 


15.76 


83.63 


2 


21 


8.86 


23.40 


12.42 


9.35 


10.58 


15.92 


80.53 


2 


21 


8.24 1 


20.84 


11.08 


7.90 


7.94 


15.72 


71.72 



74 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class (class of 1931), for 



Order 
of 

general 
merit 

for aca- 
demic 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years 



J442 
79 
480 
137 
438 

A511 
319 
249 
207 
380 
499 
98 
141 
310 
531 
131 
153 
54 
328 
372 
t"t526 

1521 
267 
226 
480 
•13 
257 

t*501 
235 
223 
406 
406 
232 
488 
283 
397 
349 
470 

1541 
172 
154 

l'456 
128 
204 
213 
295 
221 
308 
94 
298 
188 
*38 
68 
503 
528 



Brulle, William Morris 

Brunelli, Austin Roger.. 

Brush, Frederick James.. 

Buchholz, Gustavus William, jr. 

Burchett, Drury James. 

Burgin, Miller Strange. 

Burns, Edward Stitt 

Burt, Eugene Vosburgh 

Butterfield, Albert William 

Byng, John Weston 

Byrd, Eugene Spafford 

Callaway, Peyton Parks 

Carr, Bruce Lewis 

Cashman, John Daniel.. 

Cassedy, Hiram 

Castree, John Fordyce... 

Chandler, Bryant Ackley 

Chew, John Louis... 

Child, Harris Petrikin 

Clarke, Paul Walker... 

Clement, James Markland. 

Cobb, James Glenn 

Coffin, Le Roy Andrew.. 

Cohan, Fred Stanley.. 

Collett, James Dahlman 

Colwell, John Ban* 

Cone, James Ingham. 

Connor, Wesley Olin, jr... 

Cook, Charles Olney, jr 

Cook, John Henry, jr 

Cook, Lawrence Blanchard 

Cooke, Eb Smith 

Coon, Denby O'Neill 

Cooper, Harlan Cyril... .. 

Cooper, Robert Ward. 

Copeland, Nathan Carroll 

Copeman, Thomas Henry 

Corliss, Warren George 

Cottrell, George Dale 

Cowell, La Vere 

Cox, Marshall Herbert... 

Cramer, Michael Lavern 

Crane, Leo O 

Crane, Richard Henry. 

Crinkley, Francis Duke 

Crommelin, Charles Lawrence. . . 

Crowley, John Daniel... 

Crumpacker, John Webber 

Cullinan, Ralph Francis, jr 

Cumberledge, Arthur Albert 

Cummings, Damon Morris 

Daniels, Arthur Noyes 

Daniels, Donald Vickers 

Davis, DeAtley Ingalls. 

Davis, James Henry.. 



Virginia 

New Mexico 

Pennsylvania 

North Carolina. . 

West Virginia 

Texas 

Alabama 

Minnesota 

Illinois... 

New York 

Illinois 

Missouri 

Ohio 

California 

Mississippi 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Georgia.. 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

New Hampshire- 
Alabama 

Minnesota 

Massachusetts. . . 

Nebraska 

....do. 

Florida. 

New Mexico 

Michigan 

At large (Pres.).. 

New Hampshire 

Mississippi 

Georgia.. 

Indiana 

New York 

California- 

Pennsylvania 

Vermont 

Nebraska 

North Dakota 

California 

Michigan... 

P. A. 348(Pres.).. 

Connecticut 

North Carolina. .. 

Alabama.. 

Massachusetts 

Indiana 

New York 

Ohio 

At large (Pres.)... 

California 

South Dakota 

Kansas,. 

Utah 



June 

June 

July 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Aug. 

Sept. 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

June 

June 

July 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Aug. 

June 

June 

Aug. 

July 

June 

June 

June 

July 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

Aug. 

July 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 



30, 1927 
17, 1927 

5, 1927 
17, 1927 
20, 1927 
21, 1927 
15, 1927 
16, 1927 

8, 1927 
14, 1927 

16. 1926 

14. 1927 
21, 1927 
30, 1927 
16, 1927 
30, 1927 
23, 1927 
28, 1927 
21, 1927 
20, 1927 
14, 1927 
21, 1927 
18, 1927 
19, 1927 
16, 1927 
21, 1927 
13, 1927 
16, 1927 
17, 1927 

4, 1927 
16, 1927 
21, 1927 
26, 1927 

2, 1927 
20, 1927 
13, 1927 
20, 1927 
12, 1927 
30, 1927 
24, 1927 
15, 1927 
30, 1927 
15, 1927 
14, 1927 
30, 1927 
21, 1927 
11, 1927 
13, 1927 
20, 1927 
29, 1927 
20, 1927 
13, 1927 
14, 1927 
15, 1927 
14, 1927 



19 
19 
18 

IS 
17 
17 

IS 
IS 
17 
IS 
18 
19 
19 
IS 
18 
19 
18 
17 
17 
19 
18 
18 
17 
18 
18 
17 
19 
20 
1G 
19 
19 
18 
17 
19 
IS 
19 
20 
17 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
19 
18 
18 
19 
IS 
19 
17 
IS 
IS 
IS 
20 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 75 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service 

in practice 

ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


a 

o 

3 


1 








Maximum 








12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


8.20 


21.44 


11. 14 


9.58 


8.02 


14.92 


73.30 


2 


21 


9.01 


26.40 


12.76 


9.05 


10.63 


15.56 


83.41 


2 


21 


7.81 


21.44 


11.50 


8.62 


8.01 


14.76 


• 72. 14 


2 


21 


10.72 


25.40 


11.88 


8.49 


9.12 


15.72 


81.33 


2 


21 


7.74 


22.04 


11.04 


8.74 


10.73 


13.20 


73.49 


2 


21 


7.75 


20.24 


10.18 


8.79 


8.48 


15.64 


71. 08 


2 


21 


8.34 


23.00 


12.16 


8.47 


8.55 


15.36 


75.88 


2 


21 


8.69 


24. 16 


12.10 


8.02 


9.50 


15.28 


77.75 


2 


21 


8.66 


23.56 


13.64 


8.95 


8.20 


15.96 


78.97 


1 


14 


8.25 


22.52 


11.18 


8.75 


8.84 


14.96 


74.50 


1 


23 


7.73 


22.28 


10.36 


7.62 


8.47 


15.20 


71.66 


2 


21 


9.89 


25.20 


12.58 


9.49 


9.72 


15.92 


82.80 


2 


21 


9.27 


24.92 


13.60 


9.04 


9.83 


14.52 


81.18 


2 


21 


7.90 


21.88 


11.78 


9.53 


9.71 


15.28 


76.08 


2 


21 


7.90 


20.16 


10.04 


8.37 


7.83 


15.20 


69.50 


1 


23 


8.97 


25. 40 


13.42 


8.63 


9.85 


15. 36 


81.63 


2 


21 


9.13 


24. 36 


11.54 


9.57 


10.39 


15.64 


80.63 


2 


21 


9.81 


25.96 


14.34 


9.14 


9.78 


15.66 


84.69 


2 


21 


7.93 


24.48 


11.10 


8.28 


8.66 


15.20 


75. 65 


2 


21 


8.34 


22.28 


11.92 


8.58 


7.85 


15.72 


74.69 





00 


7. 14 


19.84 


9.96 


7.96 


9.23 


15.76 


69.89 





00 


7.54 


19.84 


10.08 


7.65 


9.63 


15.48 


70.22 


1 


20 


9.71 


22.80 


11.72 


9.14 


8.31 


15.60 


77.28 


2 


21 


8.04 


23.44 


12.98 


8.87 


9.50 


15.64 


78.47 


2 


21 


7.67 


21.40 


10.38 


7.80 


9.89 


15.00 


72.14 


2 


21 


9.19 


27.72 


14.16 


9.88 


11.04 


15.72 


87.71 


2 


21 


8.50 


24.36 


11.74 


8.45 


9.79 


14.72 


77.56 


2 


21 


8.33 


19.72 


11.18 


8.19 


8.78 


15.40 


71.60 


2 


21 


8.19 


23.56 


11.50 


9.09 


10.20 


15.64 


78.18 


2 


21 


9.33 


25.12 


11.66 


8.49 


8.84 


15.12 


78.56 


2 


21 


7.93 


21.64 


11.00 


8.84 


8.81 


15.80 


74.02 


2 


21 


8.30 


22.28 


11.14 


8.59 


8.83 


14.88 


74.02 


2 


21 


8.69 


23.52 


12.08 


8.85 


10.27 


14.84 


78.25 


2 


21 


7.88 


20.80 


11.20 


8.70 


7.76 


15.60 


71.94 


2 


21 


8.25 


22.72 


11.40 


9.37 


9.35 


15.76 


76.85 


2 


21 


8.13 


21.56 


11.00 


9.13 


8.97 


15.44 


74.23 


2 


21 


8.93 


22.28 


11.68 


8.02 


9.01 


15.36 


75.28 


2 


21 


7.82 


21.08 


10.78 


8.55 


9.50 


14.84 


72.57 





00 


7.33 


18.60 


9.52 


8.13 


8.33 


15.32 


67.23 


2 


21 


9.57 


23.68 


12.24 


9.55 


8.99 


16.00 


80.03 


2 


21 


7.93 


23.80 


13.30 


9.08 


11.61 


14.84 


80.56 


2 


21 


7.86 


22.52 


11.24 


8.47 


7.67 


15.20 


72.96 


1 


23 


8.95 


26.64 


13. 20 


8.46 


10.01 


14.44 


81.70 


2 


21 


8.51 


23.36 


11.96 


8.40 


11.17 


15.64 


79.04 


1 


12 


8.40 


23.12 


11.42 


8.85 


10.32 


13.84 


77.95 


2 


21 


8.42 


22.92 


11.62 


8.93 


9.09 


15.44 


76.42 


2 


21 


9.42 


23.44 


12.58 


8.86 


8.64 


15.64 


78.58 


2 


21 


9.54 


22.72 


11.08 


9.43 


8.31 


15.04 


76.12 


2 


21 


8.75 


23.60 


13.28 


10.03 


11.44 


15.88 


82.98 


2 


21 


9.03 


24.00 


12.28 


8.26 


8.23 


14.48 


76.28 


2 


21 


8.70 


21.96 


12.32 


9.96 


10.67 


15.88 


79.49 


2 


21 


10.19 


27.12 


13.90 


9.27 


10.57 


14.72 


85.77 


2 


21 


9.17 


27.72 


14.04 


8.73 


8.76 


15.56 


83. 98 


2 


21 


7.87 


21.40 


10. 80 


8.68 


9.87 


12.96 


71.58 


2 


21 


7.51 


20.84 


10.14 


8.03 


7.90 


15.32 


69.74 



76 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class (class of 1931), for 



Order 

of 
general 
merit 
for aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 




328 

59 

490 

367 

J545 

388 

303 

71 

"t542 

*9 

302 

273 

ft494 
261 
417 

r477 
*45 
*23 
442 
162 
*17 
346 
111 
112 
214 
373 
227 
142 
122 
162 
438M 
103 
178 
105 
502 
130 
314 
247 
160 
*19 
394 
*11 

Z397 
56 
106 

t'512 
147 
294 
350 
422 
dd395 
*39 



Day, Carl Albert. 
Day, Edward Maynard. 
*DeMetropolis, George. 
Dempsey, James Charles, 
de Vault, George Edward. 
De Young, Henry George. 
Dillon, Edward James. 
Dodson, Lucian Frank. 
Donaldson, Francis, jr. 
Dorse tt, Orem Fillmore. 
Drake, Harrington Max. 
Drum, Andrew Boggs, jr. 
Duell, Robert Ensor. 
Dunn, William Archer. 
Durrant, Dudley Arthur. 
Edwards, Howard Marcius. 
Elden, Ralph Waldo. 
Ellis, Lee Adrian.... 
Ellsworth, Ernest Bradford, jr. 
Engel, Edmund Lyford. 
Ernest, Ralph Nelson. 
Evans, Ernest Edwin. 
Fabian, Rudolph Joseph. 
Fable, Robert Schley. 
Farquharson, Robert Burns, jr. 
Farrington, Elwin Levi. 

Fawcett, Isaac. 

Fellows, John Benjamin, jr. 
Felton, Cleon Henry. 
Ferguson, Edward Franklin. 
Ferrill, Homer Edwin. 
Fiala, Reid Puryear. 
Field, Benjamin Prince, jr. 
Firth, Maxim William. 
Fisher, Edward Whitney 
Fitch, Robert Atwood. 
Fitts, William Wilson. 
Fitzgerald, John Allison. 
Fitzgerald, William Henry . 
Flaherty, Arthur Ingoldsby. 
Fleming, James Ernest. 
Flynn, Joseph Edward. 
Fojt, Robert Edward. 
Foley, Francis Joseph. 
Foley, Joseph Ferrall. 
Foley, Neil Howland. 
Forbes, Lorenz Quenzer. 
Forde, George Stephen John. 
Forney, Edward Hanna, jr. 
Foster, Edward Lee- 
Fox, Miles Feeser. 

Francisco, Jose 

Franklin, William Richard. 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 77 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service in 
practice ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


CO 

la 
© 

3 


to 

C3 

ft 


Maximum 


12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


8.94 


21.72 


11.94 


8.91 


8.46 


15. 68 


75.65 


2 


21 


10.00 


27.48 


13.20 


8.77 


10.31 


14.56 


84.32 


2 


21 


7.72 


21.28 


10.78 


7.65 


9.11 


15.36 


71.90 


2 


21 


7.85 


21.56 


11.62 


8.97 


9.73 


15.12 


74.85 





00 


6.78 


19. 52. 


9.04 


8.11 


7.89 


14.04 


65.38 


2 


21 


8.02 


21.08 


11.90 


9.04 


9.05 


15.32 


74.41 


2 


21 


8.61 


21.32 


11.66 


9.27 


9.73 


15.64 


76.23 


2 


21 


8.92 


26.52 


13.22 


9.41 


10.42 


15.28 


83.77 





00 


6.75 


19.36 


10.38 


9.24 


8.69 


12.68 


67.10 


2 


21 


10.61 


28.20 


14.70 


9.78 


9.83 


15. 24 


88.36 


2 


21 


8.64 


25.00 


13.38 


8.15 


8.12 


12.96 


76.25 


2 


21 


8.46 


22.96 


12.46 


8.27 


9.63 


15.28 


77.06 


2 


21 


8.13 


20.60 


10.58 


8.57 


9.31 


14.56 


71.75 


2 


21 


8.86 


23.92 


11.38 


8.61 


9.17 


15.48 


77.42 


2 


21 


8.63 


21.60 


11.82 


8.07 


8.32 


15.36 


73.80 


2 


21 


7.62 


20.92 


11.50 


8.16 


8.78 


15.28 


72.26 


2 


21 


9.66 


26.40 


14.18 


9.40 


9.86 


15.88 


85.38 


2 


21 


10.39 


27.08 


13.30 


9.68 


10.50 


15.68 


86.63 


2 


21 


8.27 


21. 80 


10.38 


8.08 


9.13 


15. 64 


73.30 


2 


21 


8.76 


23.52 


12.72 


8.99 


10.59 


15.72 


80.30 


2 


21 


9.73 


27.40 


13.70 


9.53 


10.89 


15.92 


87.17 


2 


21 


8.17 


22.76 


11.04 


8.95 


9.29 


15.16 


75.37 


2 


21 


9.07 


24.24 


12.76 


9.11 


11.24 


15.80 


82.22 


2 


21 


10.45 


23.76 


12.94 


9.00 


10.42 


15.64 


82.21 


2 


21 


8.57 


24.96 


12.64 


8.18 


8.92 


15.52 


78.79 


2 


21 


8.91 


21.32 


12.00 


8.74 


8.82 


14.88 


74.67 


2 


21 


8.74 


24.04 


12.94 


8.41 


8.84 


15.48 


78.45 


2 


21 


9.47 


24.48 


13.10 


8.82 


10.16 


15.12 


81.15 


2 


21 


8.72 


26.36 


13.26 


8.53 


9.64 


15.48 


81.99 


2 


21 


8.19 


24.96 


12.58 


8.78 


9.99 


15.80 


80.30 


2 


21 


10.15 


20.80 


10.00 


7.80 


9.50 


15.20 


73.45 


2 


21 


9.05 


27.32 


12.70 


9.63 


8.71 


15.16 


82.57 


2 


21 


8.10 


24.56 


12.34 


9.08 


10.60 


15.16 


79.84 


2 


21 


9.50 


25.32 


13.48 


8.56 


10.50 


15.04 


82.40 


2 


21 


7.80 


20.88 


10.86 


8.46 


8.35 


15.24 


71.59 


2 


21 


9.41 


25.36 


12.34 


8.83 


9.83 


15.88 


81.65 


2 


21 


8.91 


21.88 


11.08 


8.80 


9.67 


15.64 


75.98 


2 


18 


8.19 


24.08 


12.50 


8.62 


9.67 


14.76 


77.82 


2 


21 


7.71 


25.16 


13.12 


8.61 


11.00 


14.76 


80.36 


2 


21 


9.61 


26.48 


13.98 


10.50 


11.15 


15. 20 


86.92 


1 


23 


8.11 


21.64 


10.98 


8.51 


9.19 


15.84 


74.27 


2 


21 


10.32 


26.40 


13.92 


10.24 


11.74 


15.72 


88.34 


3 


9 


9.05 


21.72 


10.88 


8.47 


8.95 


15.16 


74.23 


2 


21 


9.25 


27.16 


12.12 


9.81 


10.42 


15.64 


84.40 


2 


21 


9.98 


23.16 


13.32 


9.57 


10.60 


15.72 


82.35 


2 


21 


8.56 


20.28 


10.54 


8.36 


7.56 


15.76 


71.06 


2 


21 


8.59 


25.84 


12.28 


8.02 


10.90 


15.32 


80.95 


2 


21 


7.95 


22.68 


11.86 


9.26 


9.75 


15.04 


76.54 


2 


21 


9.45 


21.16 


11.46 


9.11 


8.27 


15.80 


75.25 


2 


21 


9.54 


21.36 


11.04 


7.65 


8.69 


15.48 


73.76 


1 


23 


8.11 


21.40 


11.38 


8.20 


9.57 


15.60 


74.26 


2 


21 


9.23 


26.68 


13.14 


9.43 


11.82 


15.40 


85.68 





00 












15.88 





1501—28- 



78 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class (class of 1931), for 



Order 
of 

general 
merit 

lor aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years 



.510 
413 
258 

95 

84 
406 
*16 
234 
464 
320 
371 
231 
£514 
386 
150 
102 
245 
397 
255 
193 
287 
342 
475 
289 
167 
165 
195 
409 
326 

58 

85 
363 
*39 
455 
152 

66 
115 
259 
268 
348 
467 
385 
i382 
292 

82 

ft451 

*36 

211 

415 

*48 

331 

r504 

180 

r416 



Fraser, Archie Donald.. 

Freeman, George Fonville 

Freshour, William McKee 

Gaasterland, Clarence LeRoy 

Gadrow, Robert Emett 

Gale, Winsor Colvig— 

Gallaher, Wilmer Earl 

Games, Edmund Burke 

Gannon, John Wendell. 

Gardiner, Joseph Marshall 

Garton, Will Melville, jr 

Gates, Albert Eugene, jr 

Gaviglio, Peter Massimo. 

Genet, Arthur Samuel.. 

Ghetzler, Benjamin 

Gibson, Wayne Folk 

Gilbert, Roy Owen, jr 

Giles, William Jefferson, jr 

Gillespie, Thomas Evan 

Gillette, Ralph Gorton.. 

Gimber, Harry Meeker Stuart, jr.... 

Girard, Clet Anthony, jr.. 

Gould, Frank Gardner 

Graham, Donald Stuart 

Grant, James Dorr 

Gray, Albert Downing 

Gray, Hugh Douglas 

Gray, Robert Lawrence 

Greathouse, John Furman 

Greenbank, Lawrence Worthington. 

Greene, George Myron 

Greene, Thomas Jethro.. 

Grinstead, Loren. 

Guilbert, Edward Hunt 

Gundlftnger, George Joseph, jr 

Gurnette, Byron Lawrence 

Hagberg, Oscar Emil. 

Hain, Vernon Rex. 

Hale, Henry Henderson 

Hall, Madison, jr. 

Hall, Norman. 

Hamm, Mann 

Hammond, Douglas Thompson 

Hardaway, Robert Morris. 

Harper, John Frank, jr. 

Harris Marvin Luther, jr 

Harwood, Richard Drury 

Hatton, George Anthony 

Hawk, Claude Vernon... 

Hawkins, Carson... 

Hay, Richard Ross 

Head, Nelson Mead 

Hedekin, Edwin Charles 

Heilig, Robert Bube 

Henderson, John Emory 



California 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

Minnesota. 

Rhode Island 

Oregon 

Delaware... 

Ohio 

California 

Kansas. _. 

At large (Pres.) 

District of Columbia 

California 

New York 

Texas 

Arkansas 

Illinois 

At large (Pres.)._ 

Arkansas.. 

New York.. 

Pennsylvania 

Louisiana 

Florida 

Minnesota.. 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Alaska 

Alabama 

Texas 

Ohio... 

Arizona 

Iowa 

Washington 

Illinois. 

Pennsylvania 

California 

West Virginia 

Ohio. 

Indiana 

Texas 

New York 

Texas 

Arkansas 

Montana 

Maryland.. 

Virginia 

Tennessee 

Illinois 

Utah. 

Nevada.. 

Massachusetts 

Virginia 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania 

Florida 



July 11,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 23,1927 
June 16,1927 
June 30,1927 
June 16,1927 
June 30, 1927 
June 29,1927 
July 11,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 27,1927 
June 30,1927 
June 25,1927 
June 22,1927 
June 30,1927 
June 21,1927 
July 12,1926 
June 21,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 20, 1927 
June 13, 1927 
June 15,1927 
June 14,1927 
July 14,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 15, 1927 
June 20,1927 
June 30,1927 
July 2, 1927 
June 15,1927 
July 15,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 15,1927 
— .do 



June 21,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 20,1927 
do 



Aug. 11,1927 
June 20,1927 
July 1, 1927 
June 16,1927 

— .do 

June 29,1927 
June 30,1927 
Aug. 18,1927 
June 29,1927 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 79 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service in 
practice ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


1 

3 


1 








Maximum 








12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


10.10 


24.24 


12.76 


8.74 


9.68 


15.76 


81.28 


2 


21 


7.96 


20.68 


10.68 


8.22 


7.95 


15.60 


71.09 


2 


21 


7.83 


21.92 


11.12 


8.48 


8.93 


15.60 


73.88 


2 


21 


9.24 


23.36 


12.18 


8.55 


8.41 


15.76 


77.50 


2 


21 


8.61 


26.20 


12.68 


9.64 


10.22 


15.56 


82.91 


2 


21 


10.63 


26.40 


12.48 


8.65 


9.67 


15.40 


83.23 


2 


21 


8.40 


21.84 


10.84 


9.13 


7.85 


15.96 


74.02 


2 


21 


10.00 


27.64 


13.34 


9.73 


10.70 


16.00 


87.41 


1 


23 


7.97 


23.16 


12.30 


8.75 


10.15 


15.88 


78.21 


2 


21 


8.53 


21.32 


11.18 


8.34 


7.86 


15.56 


72.79 


2 


21 


9.29 


22.48 


10.60 


8.83 


8.75 


15.92 


75.87 


2 


21 


7.97 


21.36 


11.00 


8.71 


10.14 


15.60 


74.78 


2 


21 


9.03 


22.64 


12.58 


9.01 


9.88 


15.12 


78.26 


2 


21 


7.80 


20.56 


10.86 


8.26 


7.69 


15.76 


70.93 


2 


21 


8.23 


2L84 


10.56 


8.14 


9.87 


15.80 


74.44 


2 


21 


8.18 


26.16 


13.74 


8.63 


9.08 


15.04 


80.83 


2 


21 


9.96 


24.44 


13.30 


9.61 


10.03 


15.24 


82.58 


2 


21 


8.01 


23.52 


11.00 


9.49 


10.93 


14.92 


77.87 


2 


21 


9.00 


22.48 


10.92 


8.40 


8.11 


15.32 


74.23 


2 


21 


8.62 


23.12 


11.66 


8.75 


10.09 


15.36 


77.60 


2 


21 


8.87 


22.44 


12.42 


10.10 


9.72 


15. 80 


79.35 


2 


21 


8.31 


21.32 


11.72 


9.03 


10.75 


15.56 


76.69 


2 


21 


8.86 


24.20 


10.38 


8.53 


7.82 


15.64 


75.43 


2 


21 


8.05 


20.52 


11.52 


8.31 


8.50 


15.44 


72.34 


2 


21 


8.21 


23.12 


12.16 


7.96 


9.98 


15.20 


76.63 


1 


12 


9.39 


24.84 


11.56 


8.57 


10.22 


15.60 


80.18 


2 


21 


8.54 


24.96 


12.06 


9.15 


9.97 


15.52 


80.20 


2 


21 


8.46 


24.64 


12.80 


8.51 


9.38 


15.48 


79.27 


1 


12 


7.90 


22.08 


11.08 


8.93 


9.12 


14.88 


73. 99 


2 


21 


9.50 


22.44 


11.12 


8.92 


8.65 


15.08 


75.71 


2 


21 


9.77 


28.84 


13.40 


9.06 


9.70 


13.60 


84.37 


2 


21 


9.23 


24.44 


13.80 


9.43 


10.57 


15.72 


83.19 


2 


21 


8.17 


20.84 


10.98 


8.57 


11.22 


15.16 


74.94 


2 


21 


11.03 


27.56 


13.38 


9. 15 


10.00 


14.56 


85.68 


2 


21 


8.96 


20.88 


10.30 


7.90 


9.08 


15.88 


73.00 


2 


21 


8.80 


25.08 


13.06 


8.69 


9.94 


15.08 


80.65 


1 


23 


8.33 


25.84 


13.72 


9.82 


10.77 


15.56 


84.04 


2 


21 


9.64 


24.60 


13.26 


9.98 


9.92 


14.76 


82.16 


2 


21 


8.71 


22. 76- 


12.20 


9.34 


9.72 


14.76 


77.49 


2 


21 


7.93 


23.92 


12.20 


8.01 


9.95 


15.24 


77.25 


2 


21 


7.72 


22.76 


11.52 


8.59 


9.87 


14.84 


75.30 


2 


21 


8.19 


20.48 


11.14 


9.01 


8.30 


15.48 


72.60 


2 


21 


7.95 


22.56 


10.90 


8.80 


9.04 


15.20 


74.45 


2 


21 


8.39 


20.68 


11.46 


9.51 


8.84 


15.60 


74.48 


2 


21 


8.91 


23.08 


12.24 


8.75 


8.60 


15.00 


76.58 


2 


21 


9.90 


24.48 


14.12 


9.92 


9.55 


15.32 


83.29 





00 


7.52 


21.60 


11.44 


8.19 


9.15 


15.20 


73.10 


2 


21 


9.84 


26.92 


13.64 


9.20 


10.69 


15.60 


85.89 


2 


21 


8.50 


23.36 


11.70 


8.92 


10.66 


15.76 


78.90 


2 


21 


8.40 


21.88 


11. 24 


7.89 


8.53 


15.92 


73.86 


2 


21 


9.71 


25.36 


13.70 


9.90 


10.69 


15.80 


85.16 


2 


21 


8.64 


22.44 


10.92 


8.95 


8.72 


15.92 


75.59 


2 


21 


7.75 


20.20 


10.52 


8.75 


8.80 


15.48 


71.50 


2 


21 


9.10 


24.64 


12.38 


8.61 


9.54 


15.52 


79.79 





00 


8.60 


22.92 


10. 28 | 


7.99 


8.89 


15.16 


73.84 



80 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class (class of 1931) for 



Order 
of 

general 
merit 

for aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 




Age at date of 
admission 



'5 
403 
479 
451 
466 

78 
401 

74 

89 
278 

*7 

62 
185 
i508 
281 
*50 
116 
344 
446 
333 
*18 
238 
336 
448 
tf524 
205 
465 
309 

80 
431 
297 

77 
275 
392 
217 I 

60 
282 
241 
453 | 
X357 | 
243 
f47S 
392 
186 
148 
339 
124 
505 
A459 
325 
171 
516 
250 
461 | 
211 I 



Hibschman, Mac rice Wilhelm... 

Hill, Andrew Jewel, jr 

Hodge, James Winston 

Hogan, Thomas Wesley, jr. 

Holcomb, Bankson Taylor, jr 

Holden, Harry Worden 

Hollingsworth, John Christie 

Hollister, William Wallace 

Holmes, Merrill Sylvester 

Holtz, Arnold Henry 

Holtzworth, Ernest Charles 

Hooper, Edwin Bickf or d 

Howe, Charles Melville, HI 

Hoye, Francis, jr 

Hove, Francis Wallace 

Hudson, Lewis Cheatham, jr 

Hudson, Robert Edgar , 

Huff, George Perry 

Hughes, John Nelson 

Hughes, William Christopher, jr. 

Hunt, Richard Field, jr 

Hunter, Raymond Paul. 

Hunter, William Adair, jr 

Huntley, John David... 

Innis, Walter Deane... 

Irons, Alden Hatheway 

Iverson, Clifton 

Jacobs, Raymond Half ord 

Janz, Clifford Thurston 

Jensen, Marvin John. 

Jett, Charles Melbourne 

Johnsen, William Harry 

Johnson, Harlan Thode... 

Johnsen, Willis Ormond 

Jones. Alvin Arthur 

Jones, Ashton Blair, jr 

Jones, Charles Reed 

Jones, Robert Elmer 

Jones, Robert Francis 

Jung, Karl Edward 

Just, John Frederick 

Kaull, Herbert Hilton... 

Keithley, Charles Leon 

Keller, Albert James 

Kelsey, James Hiram, jr 

Ketchum, Gerald Lyle 

Kiehlbauch, Joseph Vaughn 

King, Billy Woodruff.... 

King, Otis Bascom 

King, Robert Donovan 

King, Victor Albert 

Kinzie, Frederick Abraham 

Kirkpatrick, Charles Cochran 

Kirkpatrick, Charles Eugene 

Kirkpatrick, John Elson 



Washington 

Missouri 

New Hampshire- 
Georgia 

Delaware 

Vermont 

Georgia 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania 

Wisconsin. 

West Virginia 

Massachusetts... 
P. A. 348 (Pres.)- 

Rhode Island 

Massachusetts... 

Mississippi 

Oklahoma 

California 

Iowa 

Missouri 

Massachusetts... 

Texas 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Delaware 

Minnesota. 

Michigan 

New Jersey 

Wisconsin 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Oklahoma 

Illinois 

Washington 

Missouri 

Delaware 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

Texas 

Michigan 

Massachusetts... 

Washington 

South Dakota 

Texas 

Alabama 

Indiana.. 

Massachusetts... 

Kansas 

Texas 

Utah 

Oklahoma 



June 20,1927 
June 27,1927 
June 17,1927 
June 13,1927 
July 2, 1927 
July 11,1927 
June 27,1927 
July 1, 1927 
June 23,1927 
June 20,1927 

do 

Aug. 15,1927 
June 21,1927 
July 1, 1927 
July 14,1927 
June 21,1927 

do 

July 5, 1927 
June 21,1927 
June 28,1927 
June 16,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 16,1927 
June 14,1927 
Aug. 18,1927 
July 13,1927 
July 5, 1927 
July 6, 1927 
June 21, 1927 
June 14,1927 
June 30,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 27,1927 
June 15,1927 
Sept. 19, 1927 
June 23,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 29,1927 
Aug. 29,1927 
June 28,1926 
June 23,1927 
June 14,1927 
Aug. 27,1927 
July 1, 1927 
July 11,1927 
June 27,1927 
June 15,1927 
Aug. 1, 1927 
June 15,1927 
June 16,1926 
June 13,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 30,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 21,1927 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 81 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service in 
practice ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


o 


to 
>> 
03 

A 


Maximum 


12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


9.36 


28.76 


14.54 


10.43 


10.42 


15.72 


89.23 


2 


21 


8.50 


21.80 


10.80 


8.60 


8.58 


15.80 


74.08 


2 


21 


7.70 


20.92 


10.26 


8.24 


9.37 


15.72 


72.21 


2 


21 


8.18 


21.16 


10.68 


8.90 


8.18 


16.00 


73.10 


2 


21 


8.74 


21.28 


10.84 


8.42 


7.92 


15.48 


72.68 


2 


21 


8.74 


25.04 


12.98 


9.58 


11.29 


15. 80 


83.43 


2 


21 


7.96 


21.68 


11.56 


8.54 


8.69 


15.76 


74.19 


2 


21 


10.16 


25.64 


12.90 


9.06 


10.16 


15.76 


83.68 


2 


21 


8.88 


25.08 


13.16 


10.11 


10.30 


15.56 


83.09 


2 


21 


7.93 


21.96 


11.94 


9.35 


9.80 


16.00 


76.98 


1 


23 


10.24 


27.68 


14.34 


9.99 


10.71 


15.84 


88.80 


2 


21 


10.10 


26.32 


12.34 


8.83 


10.71 


15.80 


84.10 


2 


21 


9.93 


23.84 


13.50 


8.80 


7.89 


15.64 


79.60 


2 


21 


7.56 


19.92 


10.76 


8.86 


9.45 


14.72 


71.27 


2 


21 


7.85 


22.96 


11.22 


8.96 


10.24 


15.68 


76.91 


2 


21 


9.89 


25.04 


13.96 


10.02 


10.46 


15.68 


85.05 


2 


21 


9.28 


26.12 


12.40 


8.67 


9.89 


15.76 


82.12 


2 


21 


8.49 


23.44 


12.22 


8.87 


9.09 


13.28 


75.39 


2 


21 


8.20 


22.52 


10.62 


9.01 


8.51 


14.40 


73.26 


2 


21 


8.84 


21.60 


12.70 


8.80 


7.88 


14.72 


74.54 


2 


21 


9.93 


28.84 


13.28 


9.19 


10.25 


15.52 


87.01 


1 


12 


9.20 


23.28 


12.00 


9.05 


8.91 


15.68 


78.12 


2 


21 


9.31 


22.32 


11.78 


8.13 


7.99 


15.98 


75.51 


2 


21 


8.22 


21.12 


11.32 


8.34 


9.04 


15.16 


73.20 





00 


8.76 


19.48 


10.46 


8.21 


7.78 


15.32 


70.01 


2 


10 


8.63 


24.56 


12.86 


8.67 


9.41 


14.88 


79.01 


2 


21 


8.04 


21.08 


11.32 


8.46 


8.60 


15.28 


72.78 


2 


21 


7.71 


23.12 


11.46 


9.25 


9.23 


15.32 


76 09 


2 


21 


9.63 


25.40 


13.18 


9.11 


10.48 


15.60 


83.40 


2 


21 


8.16 


21.08 


11.28 


8.80 


8.86 


15.44 


73.62 


2 


21 


8.53 


23.48 


11.04 


8.51 


9.76 


15.00 


76.32 


2 


21 


9.07 


27.08 


12.68 


9.72 


9.41 


15.48 


83.44 


2 


21 


8.79 


23.08 


12.88 


8.64 


8.41 


15.24 


77.04 


1 


23 


9.12 


21.36 


11.60 


8.06 


8.74 


15.40 


74.28 


4 


10 


8.90 


22.64 


13.60 


8.76 


8.95 


15.84 


78.69 


2 


21 


9.71 


28.88 


13.62 


8.43 


8.46 


15.16 


84.26 


2 


21 


9.23 


22.52 


11.78 


8.46 


8.99 


15.88 


76.86 


2 


21 


9.76 


22.00 


12.12 


9.30 


8.79 


16.00 


77.97 


2 


21 


8.29 


21.32 


11.30 


8.55 


8.77 


14.84 


73.07 


3 


23 


9.86 


22.44 


10.43 


8.13 


9.03 


15.20 


75.09 


2 


21 


8.52 


23.36 


12.84 


8.77 


9.18 


15.28 


77.95 


2 


21 


7.41 


21.04 


10.58 


8.38 


9.13 


15.68 


72.22 


2 


21 


7.95 


22.00 


11.92 


8.48 


8.61 


15.32 


74.28 


2 


21 


8.83 


24.20 


12.46 


9.14 


9.18 


15.76 


79.57 


2 


21 


9.13 


25. SO 


12.42 


8.74 


9.62 


15.80 


80.91 


2 


21 


8.70 


21.64 


11.50 


8.83 


8.85 


15.92 


75.44 


1 


12 


8.35 


26.32 


13.92 


9.11 


8.60 


15.68 


81.98 


2 


21 


8.20 


20.08 


10.82 


7.96 


8.70 


15.72 


71.48 


2 


21 


8.07 


20.88 


11.28 


8.88 


8.07 


15. 68 


72.86 


2 


21 


8.93 


22.12 


12.22 


8.48 


8.65 


15.32 


75.72 


2 


21 


9.76 


24.44 


12.08 


8.09 


10.33 


15.36 


80.06 


2 


21 


8.24 


21.04 


10.50 


7.86 


8.06 


15.08 


70.78 


2 


21 


8.67 


23.96 


11.52 


8.74 


9.94 


14.88 


77.71 


2 


21 


7.76 


20.88 


10.94 


8.21 


9.81 


15.24 


72.84 


2 


21 


9.71 


25.24 


11.64 


8.63 


8.48 


15.20 


78.90 



82 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 



Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class (class of 1931) for 



Order 
of 

general 
merit 
for aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



Age at date of 
admission 



State from -winch Date of 

appointed admission 



Years 



527 
*24 
?496 

61 

242 

404 

t'f543 

284 

73 
343 
170 
113 
110 

64 
229 
354 
412 
117 
*44 
149 
425 
437 
*37 
*49 
228 
1413 
240 

97 
280 
358 
273 



125 j 

161 

109 I 

255 

252 

347 

438 

192 I 

419 

457 

220 

263 | 

203 j 

364 | 

*20 

132 

537 | 

285 

428 j 

384 I 

245 I 

533 I 

485 



Klein, Millard Jefferson 

Kollock, Frederick Nash, jr. 

Krauss, Frederick Ernst.. 

Kunkle, George Owen 

Kurtz, Thomas Richardson, jr 

Kvenvold, Hildor Clayton 

Labouisse, Samuel Stanhope 

Lamb, Joseph Bentley 

Langdon, Richard Henry 

Larson, Harold Isidor. 

Lawrence, Sidney Jack 

Lay, James Thomas 

Leeper, Harold Burton 

Lefavour, William Robert 

Leon, Harry Stanley.. 

Levenson, Herbert.. 

Leverton, Joseph Wilson, jr 

Lewellen, Bafford Edward 

Lewis, Neilson Wilde 

Lief, Sam Albert.. 

Lillis, Burton Cook, jr. 

Livingston, Philip Kitching, jr. 

Lizberg, Carl Alfred 

Lockwood, Robert Elmore. 

Longton, Ernest William 

Lowrie, Allen... 

Lucas, Carlton Charles... 

Lucas, William Ernest 

Lyman, Edward Franklin. 

Lynch, Gilbert Irving 

Lyon, Hylan Benton 

Lytle, Eugene Smith, jr 

MacDonald, Donald John 

MacDonald, Luther Duncan 

MacKenzie, George Kenneth, jr 

Mackert, Robert William 

Madden, George Bernard... 

Mallonee, James Elbert. 

Maloney, John Laurence 

Marshall, Elliott Eugene 

Martin, Marshall Tevis 

Massey, Forsyth 

Massingill, Russell Lawton. 

Mathers, Albert Lowell 

Mathews, Jerry Antle, jr 

Maulsby, Robert John Costley 

McAfee, Jesse Stuart 

McAllister, Frank Chambers, jr 

McCain, John Sidney, jr 

McCracken, James Dudley.. 

McCracken, Reginald Rudolph 

McCuddy, William Ross 

McDonald, Edwin Anderson 

McFarlane, Douglas James 

McKaig, William Vaughn 



Tennessee 

New York 

Michigan 

Indiana.. 

At large (Pres.). 
South Dakota.. 

Louisiana 

Mississippi 

Illinois 

Minnesota.-... 

New York 

Missouri 

Washington 

Massachusetts. 

do... 

New York 

Maryland 

Minnesota 

Missouri 

do.... 



June 24,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 16,1927 
July 1, 1927 
June 13,1927 
June 27,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 16,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 30,1927 
June 14,1927 
do. 



June 30,1927 
June 13,1927 

do 

Aug. 26,1927 
July 5, 1927 
June 23,1927 
June 14,1927 
do 



Montana... 

South Carolina 

Oregon. 

Massachusetts 

Pennsylvania 

Porto Rico 

Indiana 

South Carolina 

Ohio. 

M assachusetts 

Kentucky.. 

Missouri 

Pennsy 1 v ania 

Wyoming 

New York... 

Illinois 

California. 

North Carolina 

New York... 

Maine. 

Indiana 







Florida 

Nebraska. . 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Texas 

Mississippi 

At large (Pres.) 

Illinois. 

Iowa 

Kentucky 

Oregon.. 

Wisconsin 

New Jersey 



June 21,1927 
Aug. 29,1927 
June 16,1927 
Aug. 23,1927 
June 15,1927 
Aug. 29,1927 
June 15,1927 
July 19,1927 
June 17,1927 
July 15,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 15,1926 
July 19,1927 
June 29,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 16,1927 
June 23,1927 
July 5, 1927 
June 21,1927 
June 27,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 15,1927 

do 

do 

June 30,1927 
Sept. 1,1927 
June 16,1927 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 83 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service in 
practice ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


1 


1 


Maximum 


12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


7.44 


21.52 


11.00 


8.47 


8.49 


12.92 


69.84 








9.39 


27.96 


13. 92 


9.22 


10; 68 


15.44 


86.61 


2 


21 


8.76 


20.84 


10.50 


8.06 


8.40 


15.16 


71.72 


2 


21 


10.20 


25.64 


13.98 


8.89 


9.62 


15.88 


84.21 


2 


21 


8.77 


24.92 


11.18 


8.06 


9.75 


15.28 


77.96 


2 


21 


8.19 


21.56 


10.70 


8.42 


9.60 


15.60 


74.07 








8.33 


18.88 


9.72 


7.80 


7.45 


14.24 


66.42 


2 


21 


8.36 


24.20 


11.78 


8.65 


9.13 


14.72 


76.84 


2 


21 


9.53 


26.16 


13.04 


9.11 


10.26 


15.60 


83.70 


2 


21 


9.38 


21.64 


11.52 


8.74 


8.74 


15.40 


75.42 


2 


10 


9.37 


24.04 


12.26 


8.67 


9.86 


15.96 


80.16 


2 


21 


10.20 


25.44 


12.50 


8.93 


9.29 


15.84 


82.20 


1 


23 


9.78 


25.08 


12.90 


8.77 


10.03 


15.68 


82.24 


2 


21 


9.62 


25. 04 


13.28 


9.39 


10.97 


15.76 


84.06 


2 


21 


9.06 


23.32 


11.90 


9.02 


9.40 


15.72 


78.42 


2 


21 


8.04 


21.84 


11.50 


9.13 


10.44 


14.20 


75.15 


2 


21 


8.02 


22.24 


10.74 


9.48 


9.55 


13.88 


73.91 


2 


21 


8.87 


24.60 


12.46 


10.02 


10.94 


15.20 


82.09 


2 


21 


10.02 


27.48 


13.14 


9.43 


10.57 


14.76 


85.40 


2 


21 


10.48 


25.08 


12.40 


8.24 


9.06 


15.60 


80.86 


2 


21 


8.84 


21.76 


11.82 


8.19 


7.93 


15.16 


73.70 


2 


21 


8.10 


21.16 


11.42 


8.54 


8.58 


15.72 


73.52 


2 


21 


9.84 


27.28 


13.40 


8.93 


10.74 


15.60 


85.79 


2 


21 


8.67 


27.16 


13.36 


10.20 


10.96 


14.72 


85.07 


1 


23 


9.38 


23.48 


12.20 


8.65 


9.69 


15.04 


78.44 








8.69 


20.28 


10.28 


8.37 


11.06 


15.20 


73.88 


2 


21 


9.31 


24.52 


11.34 


8.07 


8.90 


15.84 


77.98 


2 


21 


9.38 


25.00 


12.96 


9.64 


9.92 


15.92 


82.82 


2 


21 


8.11 


22.08 


11.92 


9.15 


10.07 


15.60 


76.93 


2 


21 


9.26 


21.92 


10.48 


8.59 


9.11 


15.72 


75.08 


2 


21 


9.20 


23.32 


11.70 


8.90 


9.14 


14.80 


77.06 


2 


21 


8.37 


22.32 


10.86 


7.84 


7.88 


15.56 


72.83 


2 


21 


9.03 


24.60 


13.24 


8.64 


10.37 


15.92 


81.80 


2 


24 


10.39 


23.96 


12.84 


8.96 


8.50 


15. 68 


80.33 


2 


21 


9.38 


25.40 


11.78 


9.58 


10.54 


15.60 


82.28 


2 


21 


8.98 


23.00 


12.04 


9.12 


9.14 


15.32 


77.60 


2 


21 


8.28 


24.16 


12.84 


9.40 


9.07 


13.92 


77.67 


2 


21 


8.34 


23.40 


12.74 


7.94 


7.99 


14.92 


75.33 


2 


21 


8.39 


21.80 


11. 00 


8.50 


8.16 


15.64 


73. 49 


2 


21 


7.83 


23.60 


12.18 


10.23 


9.84 


15.68 


79.36 


2 


21 


8.27 


21.72 


10.64 


8.17 


9.46 


15.52 


73.78 


2 


21 


8.51 


21.16 


10.82 


8.89 


7.72 


15.84 


72.94 


2 


21 


9.80 


24.32 


12.02 


8.83 


8.54 


15.08 


78.59 


2 


21 


8.83 


23.92 


11.56 


8.50 


8.56 


16.00 


77.37 


2 


21 


8.29 


23.40 


12.62 


8.88 


10.26 


15.64 


79.09 





27 


9.60 


21.08 


10.34 


8.87 


9.94 


15.08 


74 91 


2 


21 


8.31 


27.88 


14.62 


9.01 


11. 31 


15.72 


86.85 


2 


21 


8.24 


23.96 


13.64 


10.31 


9.43 


15.96 


81.54 


2 


21 


8.73 


22.08 


10.52 


8.02 


7.70 


11.60 


68.65 


1 


23 


9.85 


23.16 


11.06 


8.16 


9.58 


15.00 


76.81 


2 


21 


8.79 


21.72 


11.20 


8.08 


7.97 


15.88 


73.64 


2 


21 


7.71 


22.28 


11.52 


9.10 


8.01 


15.84 


74.46 


2 


21 


8.21 


24.20 


11.86 


8.79 


9.41 


15.40 


77.87 


2 


21 


8.10 


20.12 


10.42 


7.84 


7.69 


15.28 


69.45 


2 


21 


8.19 


21.20 


11.52 


8.67 


8.59 


13.84 


72.01 



84 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the -present third class (class of 1931), for 



Order 

of 
general 
merit 
for aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 


admission 


Years 


Months 


17 


5 


19 


6 


17 


11 


18 


11 


18 


? 


18 


8 


19 


11 


17 


2 


17 


5 


18 


11 


19 


9 


16 


8 


17 


4 


17 


8 


19 


5 


16 


11 


19 


4 


19 


4 


19 


7 


19 


9 


20 





17 


7 


19 


10 


18 





18 


11 


16 


6 


19 


1 


19 


9 


19 


2 


17 


9 


19 


5 


19 


5 


20 


3 


18 


10 


19 


3 


20 


2 


18 


10 


18 


7 


20 


2 


18 


10 


19 


3 


18 


9 


19 


5 


18 


3 


16 


8 


19 


3 


19 


11 


17 


4 


17 


9 


20 


1 


20 


2 


17 


3 


19 


3 


18 


1 


19 


10 



278 

65 

if523 

221 

317 
461 
276 
305 
189 
133 



143 

334 
136 
167 
*35 
313 
260 

67 
J489 
440 
471 
491 
121 
1493 
418 
377 
298 

92 
209 

93 
339 
420 
262 
483 
*43 
390 
362 
375 
520 
427 
335 
423 
535 
459 
366 
184 
450 
312 
213 
286 
430 
104 
ft 539 



McKay, Baxter Morrison. 

McKee, Francis Alvin 

McKibbin, Carlyle Rentz 

McKinney, Charles William 

McLaughlin, Harold Vincent — 

McMahan, William Alva 

McMahon, Bernard Francis 

McManus, George Boles 

McMartin, James Mclntyre 

Meola, Vincent James. 

Merkle, Francis Baldwin 

Metsger, Alfred Bowne 

Miles, Lion Tyler... 

Miller, Justin Albert 

Miller, Norman Mickey 

Miner, John Odgers 

Moeller, Henry George 

Molumphy, George Garvie 

Moore, John Robert 

Moore, Luther Samuel.. 

Morel, James Seagrove 

Moring, William Edwin 

Morris, Daniel Small 

Morrow, Charles Allison, jr 

Morrow, William John, jr 

Moses, McDonald 

Moss, Clifton Revell.. 

Motes, Jesse Hogan, jr 

Mott, Carleton Edgar. 

Moulton, Horace Douglass 

Mullins, Henry, jr 

Mumford, Stanley 

Murphy, James Albert 

Myer, John Aden 

Myers, Horace 

Myhre, Floyd Bertram Thomas. 

Needham, Ray Cannon 

Nelson, Laurence Vaughan 

Nelson, Raymond Henry 

Nelson, Samuel Edward.. 

Nelson, Samuel Tyler, jr__ 

Nolan, Rathel Linwood, jr. 

Norvell, William Clanton 

O'Brien, Joseph Emmett. 

O'Connor, Michael Galligan 

O'Neill, Edward Joseph 

O 'Toole, James Michael 

Owens, Seymour Dunlop 

Palmer, Charles Keith 

Palmer, George Roberts 

Pancake, Lee Sylvester 

Paradzinski, Alexander Joseph. _ 

Parham, John Calhoun, jr 

Parker, Robert Elmer 

Parrish, Lloyd Withers 



Florida 

Ohio 

Wisconsin 

Indiana... 

New York 

Illinois 

Ohio 

Connecticut 

New York 

Rhode Island.. 

Ohio 

New Jersey 

Virginia 

Montana.. , 

North Carolina . 

Missouri 

Nebraska , 

Connecticut 

Ohio 

Massachusetts.. 

Georgia 

Mississippi 

California 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania. .. 
At large (Pres.) . 

Indiana 

South Carolina . 

Connecticut 

Kansas. 

South Carolina. 

New Jersey 

Texas 



June 21, 1927 

June 20, 1927 

July 16,1927 

June 13,1927 
June 14,1927 

do 

July 18,1927 

Aug. 5, 

June 2" 

June 20, 

June 15, 

June 28, 

June 15, 



June 14,1927 



Idaho 

Minnesota 

Utah 

North Dakota- 
California 

Pennsylvania.. 

Montana 

Mississippi 

Georgia 

Montana 

Louisiana 

New York 

West Virginia.. 
At large (Pres.). 
South Carolina. 

Missouri 

Montana 

Michigan 

At large (Pres.). 
Pennsylvania.. 
New Mexico. .. 



June 30, 
June 14, 
Aug. 
June 30 ; 
June 28, 
June 17 
June 30 
June 22, 
June 29, 
June 15, 
June 14, 
June 16, 
June 16 
June 20, 
June 15 
June 21 

do.. 

June 16 
June 21 
do.. 



June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1926 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1926 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



1927 
1927 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 85 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service in 
practice ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


o 


1 

A 


Maximum 


12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


,6 


100 


2 


21 


8.65 


22.52 


12.10 


8.98 


9.81 


14.92 


76.98 


2 


21 


9.36 


25.20 


13.90 


10.30 


10.69 


14.60 


84.05 








7.59 


20.32 


9.52 


8.47 


8.40 


15.72 


70.02 


2 


21 


8.78 


23.88 


12.38 


8.94 


9.52 


15.08 


78.58 


2 


21 


7.95 


21.96 


11.22 


9.30 


10.31 


15.20 


75.94 


2 


21 


8.46 


21.00 


11.02 


8.43 


8.29 


15.64 


72.84 


2 


21 


8.75 


24.16 


12.02 


8.29 


8.63 


15.16 


77.01 


2 


21 


8.37 


22.92 


11.88 


8.02 


10.14 


14.88 


76.21 


2 


21 


9.17 


23.92 


11.48 


8.62 


10.74 


15.52 


79.45 


2 


21 


8.83 


24.04 


12.48 


8.82 


11.36 


16.00 


81.53 


2 


21 


10.23 


24.80 


12.88 


10.09 


10.05 


15.84 


83.89 


2 


21 


9.64 


24.48 


12.74 


8.48 


9.57 


15.48 


80.39 


2 


21 


9.14 


23.44 


13.10 


9.72 


10.59 


15.12 


8L11 


2 


21 


8.55 


22.80 


10.56 


8.48 


9.50 


15.64 


75.63 


1 


23 


9.39 


24.84 


12.20 


9.41 


11.18 


14.36 


81.38 


2 


21 


9.12 


24.04 


12.74 


9.08 


9.80 


15.40 


80.18 


2 


21 


9.37 


25.52 


14.46 


10.09 


10.87 


15.60 


85.91 


2 


21 


8.39 


22.64 


11.22 


9.00 


9.10 


15.64 


75.99 


2 


21 


9.19 


22.68 


11.92 


8.61 


9.17 


15.88 


77.45 


2 


21 


9.91 


25.76 


13.34 


9.90 


9.40 


15.68 


83.99 


2 


21 


7.56 


21.04 


10.42 


8.36 


9.06 


15.48 


71.92 


2 


21 


8.26 


22.24 


11.64 


8.14 


7.95 


15.20 


73.43 


2 


21 


7.75 


20.92 


10.58 


9.04 


8.25 


16.00 


72.54 


2 


21 


8.45 


20.36 


10.48 


8.00 


9.40 


15.20 


71.89 


2 


21 


9.20 


25.16 


13.08 


9.18 


10.88 


14.52 


82.02 


5 


15 


8.35 


19.68 


10.00 


8.22 


10.12 


15.44 


71.81 


2 


21 


8.10 


21.60 


11.40 


8.32 


8.77 


15.60 


73.79 


2 


21 


8.65 


21.80 


11.72 


8.70 


8.42 


15.28 


74.57 


2 


21 


8.40 


21.84 


11.82 


8.69 


10.65 


14.88 


76.28 


2 


21 


9.40 


25.28 


13.88 


9.00 


9.67 


15.80 


83.03 


2 


21 


8.63 


24.04 


13.40 


8.92 


8.53 


15.40 


78.92 


2 


21 


9.79 


25.64 


14.36 


9.04 


8.34 


15.84 


83.01 


2 


21 


8.14 


21.76 


11.90 


8.01 


10.63 


15.00 


75.44 


2 


21 


8.01 


21.68 


11.74 


8.75 


8.55 


15.04 


73.77 


1 


23 


9.94 


23.92 


11.32 


7.88 


9.02 


15.32 


77.40 


2 


21 


7.71 


20.92 


10.42 


8.19 


9.74 


15.04 


72.02 


2 


21 


11.07 


27.76 


13.28 


8.53 


9.17 


15.64 


85.45 


2 


21 


7.83 


21.76 


10.30 


9.88 


9.27 


15.36 


74.40 


2 


21 


8.76 


22.56 


11.74 


8.19 


8.30 


15.44 


74.99 


2 


21 


8.43 


21.52 


11.20 


9.26 


8.50 


15.72 


74.63 


2 


21 


7.69 


21.28 


10.36 


8.41 


8.22 


14.28 


70.24 


2 


21 


8.79 


22.32 


11.06 


8.09 


7.83 


15.56 


73.65 


2 


21 


7.79 


22.84 


10.88 


9.01 


9.76 


15.24 


75.52 


2 


21 


8.46 


20.88 


11.92 


8.89 


8.07 


15.52 


73.74 


2 


21 


7.47 


21.08 


10.22 


8.27 


8.14 


13.88 


69.06 


2 


21 


7.84 


22.00 


10.80 


8.74 


8.16 


15.32 


72.86 


2 


21 


8.84 


22.08 


12.02 


8.47 


8.29 


15.16 


74.86 


2 


21 


8.87 


24.20 


12.42 


8.75 


10.08 


15.32 


79.64 


2 


21 


8.21 


22.16 


10.92 


8.14 


7.88 


15.80 


73.11 


2 


21 


9.21 


22.92 


12.18 


8.31 


8.23 


15.20 


76.05 


2 


21 


8.30 


23.64 


12.84 


9.41 


8.82 


15.88 


78.89 


2 


21 


9.37 


22.00 


11.74 


8.66 


9.10 


15.92 


76.79 


2 


16 


8.07 


22.44 


11.04 


8.65 


7.95 


15.48 


73.63 


2 


21 


10.25 


26.04 


12.54 


8.71 


9.27 


15.68 


82.49 








8.01 


19.92 


9.78 


7.75 


7.76 


14.60 


67.82 



86 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class (class of 1931), for 



Order 

of 
general 


Names 


State from which 
appointed 


Date of 
admission 


Age at date of 
admission 


merit 
for aca- 
demic 
year 


Years 


Months 


472 


Parsons, William King 


Nevada 

Virginia.. 

At large (Pres.) 

Massachusetts 

Iowa 

Virginia 

Rhode Island 

West Virginia 

Louisiana. 

Minnesota.. 

South Carolina 

New Jersey 

Iowa. 

Arkansas... 


July 11,1927 
June 20, 1927 
Sept. 19, 1927 
June 29, 1927 
June 17,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 14,1927 
July 6, 1927 
June 14,1927 
Aug. 18,1927 
Aug. 26,1927 
June 20,1927 
July 29,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 30, 1927 
June 13,1927 
July 11,1927 
July 9, 1927 
June 15,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 29,1927 
June 21,1927 
June 22, 1927 
July 6, 1927 
Sept. 19, 1927 
June 14,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 22,1927 
July 5, 1927 
June 15,1927 
June 21, 1927 
Aug. 30, 1927 
June 15,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 30,1927 
Aug. 26,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 29,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 23,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 15,1927 
July 1, 1927 
June 16,1927 
July 11,1927 
July 5, 1927 


18 
18 
18 
19 
18 
19 
19 
19 
16 
18 
18 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
17 
18 
19 

! ? 

17 
19 
17 
18 

» 

19 
18 
19 
19 
18 
20 

s 

18 
17 
16 
18 
19 
19 
19 
19 
20 
19 
19 
20 
17 
18 
19 
19 
18 
17 
18 
17 


1 

8 
6 
7 

11 
6 
5 

10 
6 
7 
8 
2 
4 
8 

11 
3 
3 
8 
5 

11 

11 

10 
4 

10 
5 
5 
1 

10 
4 
8 
6 
5 
3 
1 

10 
9 
4 
6 
3 
2 
9 
5 
3 
2 
3 

4 
3 
3 
3 
9 

10 
5 

11 


454 


Pavne, Thomas Benjamin 


*39 




328 


Pearce. Hepburn Alcott _ 


164 


Peckham, George Edward 


*27 




458 


Pescatello, Michael John 


396 


Peters, Francis Marion, jr 


*43 


Peters, James McOellan 


323 


Peterson, Richard "Ward ' 


436 


Phifer, Thomas Garson 


J529 


Philburn, Robert Valentine 


323 


Phillips, Charles Edwin 


63 


Pierce, Ransom Allan 


158 


Pihl, Frederick Wilson 


Massachusetts 

Ohio. 


517 


Pippitt, Frank Chamberlain . 


251 


Pntfingp.r, William TCnnwlPS . 


Texas 


*34 


Powell, George Neff _ 


Pennsylvania. 

Kentucky 


155 


Powell, Peter George, jr 


*4 


Prescott, John Guthrie Foster 


California 


i522 


Purdy, George Irwin 

Putnam, Frank Rowell 


do 


316 


Minnesota 


100 


Quilter, Edward Sinon.. 


New York... 


83 


Railsback, Edward Forrest 


Kansas 


:'f534 


Rain, Francis Merrell 


Nebraska 


91 


Ramage, Lawson Paterson. 


Vermont 


•22 


Ravsbrook, Frank George 


Pennsylvania.. 

Arkansas... 


*6 


Reed, Allan Lorentz _. 


254 


Reese, John Spencer 


New York 


118 


Renken. Henrv Algernon... __ 


Virginia 


344 


Replogle, Josef Francis, jr.. 


Wyoming 


81 


Reynolds. James Richard Zinck 


Tennessee .. .... 


122 


Richardson, Alvin Franklin 


Mississippi 


388 


Ritchie, Clark Alexander. 

Rivero, Horacio, jr 

Robbins, Berton Aldrich, jr.. 

Robertson, Edward Livingston, jr 

Roeder, Bernard Franklin. 

Roessler, Anthony Carroll. 

Rogers, Thomas Woodson 

Romberg, Albert Kenneth. 

Roscoe, David Livingston, jr 

Rouse, Leon Matheny 

Rowan, Edward Louis. 

Russell, Harold Berton. 

Ryon, William Mendinhall 

Sampson, Robert Roy 


New York 


*2 


Porto Rico 


70 

114 


Massachusetts 

New York. 


127 


Illinois 


224 


Ohio. 


*8 


Wisconsin.. 


72 


Iowa 


428 
449 


At large ( Pres.) 


J498 


Florida. 


198 


Michigan 


293 
378 


Pennsylvania 

Connecticut. 


482 


Sanns, Nicholas James 


376 


Schlegel, George, 3d.. 

Schoeni, Walter Paul... 

Schultz, George Franklin 

Scrivner, Frank Herman 

Seelv, Harrv Woodworth 


New York 


107 




*29 


Indiana 


400 


Texas 


j'420 


New York. 


202 


Sefcsik, Louis Joseph 


do 


469 


Seidel. Harry Edward, jr 


Maryland... 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 87 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service in 
practice ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


CO 

a 
o 

3 


GO 
03 


Maximum 


12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


8.83 


20.88 


10.34 


8.05 


8.89 


15.52 


72.51 


2 


21 


8.92 


22.76 


10.56 


7.73 


8.93 


14.12 


73.02 


2 


21 


8.93 


26.68 


13.18 


9.90 


11.07 


15.92 


85.68 


2 


21 


8.50 


23.92 


11.90 


8.48 


8.93 


13.92 


75.65 


2 


21 


8.99 


24.48 


12.48 


9.43 


9.51 


15. 36 


80.25 


2 


21 


8.92 


29.04 


14.22 


9.01 


9.92 


15.40 


86.51 


2 


21 


7.38 


20.92 


11.64 


8.70 


9.53 


14.76 


72.93 


2 


21 


8.47 


23.00 


11.04 


8.51 


8.63 


14.60 


74.25 


2 


21 


8.45 


26.72 


14.22 


9.96 


10.30 


15.80 


85.45 


1 


23 


8.58 


22.24 


11.64 


8.48 


9.35 


15.44 


75.73 


2 


21 


8.02 


22.52 


11.10 


8.95 


8.03 


14.92 


73.54 








7.00 


19.96 


9.92 


8.82 


8.40 


15.60 


69.70 


2 


21 


8.81 


21.56 


11.54 


8.61 


9.65 


15.56 


75.73 


2 


21 


10.41 


27.32 


12.70 


9.06 


8.98 


15.60 


84.07 


2 


21 


8.92 


24.20 


12.96 


8.81 


9.71 


15.80 


80.40 


2 


21 


7.56 


20.96 


10.08 


8.08 


8.69 


15.32 


70.69 


2 


21 


8.20 


23.72 


12.18 


8.94 


8.89 


15.76 


77.69 


2 


21 


9.80 


25.12 


14.04 


10.32 


10.65 


16.00 


85.93 


2 


21 


9.14 


24.68 


13.30 


8.81 


9.13 


15.48 


80.54 


2 


21 


9.98 


28.24 


14.42 


10.46 


11.06 


15.56 


89.72 


2 


21 


7.84 


20.00 


10.48 


7.73 


9.39 


14.72 


70.16 


2 


21 


8.92 


21.80 


12.24 


8.56 


8.63 


15.80 


75. 95 


2 


21 


9.56 


26.04 


11.56 


9.16 


11.13 


15.24 


82.69 


2 


21 


9.42 


26.56 


13.14 


9.78 


8.63 


15.72 


83.25 








7.42 


19.56 


10.06 


7.99 


8.61 


15.72 


69.36 


2 


21 


9.50 


25.96 


13.02 


9.06 


10.02 


15.48 


83.04 


2 


21 


10.25 


27.20 


13.80 


9.68 


10. 68 


15.04 


86.65 


2 


21 


9.91 


27.32 


14.16 


10.59 


11.47 


15.44 


88.89 


2 


21 


7.70 


25.16 


12.28 


7.78 


9.41 


15.28 


77.61 


2 


21 


8.87 


25.12 


13.70 


9.18 


9.32 


15.88 


82.07 


2 


21 


7.53 


21.28 


11.24 


9.83 


10.59 


14.92 


75.39 


2 


21 


10.63 


27.28 


12.72 


8.33 


9.75 


14.68 


83.39 


2 


21 


9.17 


24.12 


13.28 


9.69 


9.73 


16.00 


81.99 


2 


21 


9.19 


22.20 


11.22 


7.77 


9.59 


14.44 


74.41 


2 


21 


9.57 


28.92 


13.96 


10.03 


11.98 


15.88 


90.34 


2 


21 


9.49 


26.16 


12.18 


9.52 


10.62 


15.88 


83.85 


2 


21 


9.11 


25.76 


11.40 


9.57 


10.77 


15.56 


82.17 


2 


21 


10.30 


25.36 


13.44 


8.64 


8.98 


15.00 


81.72 


2 


21 


9.62 


23.48 


12.20 


8.74 


8.63 


15.88 


78.55 


2 


21 


10.05 


29.84 


14.76 


9.73 


9.64 


14.64 


88.66 


2 


21 


9.47 


26.28 


13.96 


9.17 


9.03 


15.80 


83.71 


2 


21 


8.33 


20.96 


11.64 


9.17 


8.54 


15.00 


73.64 


2 


21 


8.32 


22.48 


10.76 


8.85 


8.86 


13.92 


73.19 








6.52 


21.15 


12.58 


7.59 


9.08 


14.76 


71.69 


2 


21 


9.25 


23.96 


12.30 


8.60 


9.86 


15.24 


79.21 


2 


21 


7.97 


23.80 


11.58 


8.59 


8.93 


15. 68 


76.55 


2 


21 


9.51 


21.96 


11.08 


8.23 


8.06 


15.72 


74.56 


2 


21 


8.41 


21.56 


10.54 


8.29 


7.79 


15.48 


72.07 


2 


21 


8.40 


21.08 


11.64 


8.87 


8.93 


15.68 


74.60 


2 


10 


9.77 


25.16 


13.02 


9.28 


9.74 


15.36 


82.33 


2 


21 


9.51 


28.76 


12.98 


9.57 


10.23 


15.28 


86.33 


2 


21 


7.97 


22.16 


10.86 


8.47 


10.84 


13.92 


74.22 


2 


21 


7.44 


22.48 


11.24 


8.75 


8.70 


15.16 


73.77 


2 


21 


9.15 


22.88 


12.32 


8.55 I 


10.39 


15.84 


79.13 


2 1 


21 | 


7.97 


21.56 


10.44 


8.83 | 


10.14 


13.64 


72.58 



88 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class (class of 1931), for 



Order 
of 

general 
merit 

for aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years 



Months 



174 
269 
*25 
*'t538 
327 
118 
182 
216 
A487 

w 
186 
199 
1*540 
404 
271 
2:486 
239 
356 

99 
311 
225 
337 
410 

52 
165 
199 
237 
167 
134 
444 
367 
432 
120 
320J 
217 
if515 

55 
447 
473 
424 
318 
135 
367 
236 
*14 
129 
208 

87 
445 
219 
339 
173 
1544 
146 
509 
483 



Sell, Charles Francis 

Shaffer, Leland Griffith 

Sharp, Alfred Elliott, jr 

Sheridan, Hugh Lewis 

Shields, Ward Thornton 

Shoemaker, Cassin Thomson.. 

Shuey, Clifford Henry 

Sieglaff, William Bernard 

Simmers, Clayton Rogers 

Simonson, Edward Phillips. .. 

Sisko, William John 

Slater, Stanley John 

Slaton, Paul Jones, jr 

Smith, Andrew Jackson.. 

Smith, Curtis Everett 

Smith, Julius Elbridge, jr 

Smith, James Thomas 

Smith, Norman Ernest 

Smith, Ronald Kenneth 

Snow, John Lawrence 

Soucek, Victor H. 

South, Jerry Curtis, jr 

Stafford, Arthur Edward 

Stauffer, Jack Bellamy. 

Steel, Robert Justin... 

Steele, Marcus Goldaine. 

Steer e, Richard Clarke 

Steffanides, Edward Frank, jr. 

Steinke, Frederic Samuel 

Stewart, Andrew Pat 

Stewart, Walter Jones 

Stieler, Roland Emil.. 

Stone, George Roben 

Stout, Kenneth Shirley.. 

Straub, Charles Teddy. 

Strickler, Robert Lawrence. . - 
Stromback, Philip Christian.. 

Stuart, Daniel Alfriend 

Stuart, John McCreery 

Swain, Joseph Blount 

Swisher, Leonzo Nelson.. 

Tatom, Eugene 

Taxis, Samuel Gibbs.. 

Taylor, Kirkbride Coutant 

Taylor, Robert Lee 

Tenney, Joseph Fosdick. 

Theobald, Robert Alfred, jr... 

Thomas, Willis Manning 

Thompson, Warren Ronald... 

Thorn, William Alvah 

Thornton, Joseph Thomas, jr. 

Threlkel, Frank Hays 

Todd, Kenneth Stanley 

Torgerson, Theodore Adolph.. 

Toth, Joseph Charles 

Trenholme, Edward Pinder... 



Pennsylvania . 

do 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania. 
.....do 



June 16,1927 
June 21,1927 



Ohio 

Illinois 

California. 

Pennsylvania... 

New York 

Michigan. 

Massachusetts.. 

Georgia 

New York 

Mississippi 

Nevada 

Tennessee 

Wyoming 

Iowa 

Alabama 

Oklahoma 

Arkansas 

Pennsylvania. .. 

Colorado 

Delaware 

California 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Illinois. 

Georgia. 

New Jersey 

Texas 

Michigan 

Oregon 

Colorado 

Oklahoma 

Pennsylvania... 

Virginia... 

Kentucky 

North Carolina. 

Idaho 

Florida.. 

Massachusetts.. 

Iowa 

Michigan 

Massachusetts.. 

California 

do 



South Dakota. 

Maryland 

New York 

Kentucky 

Connecticut... 

Minnesota 

New Jersey. . . 
Missouri 



June 15 
June 16 
June 14 
June 30 
June 13 
June 16 
June 14 
June 21 
June 16 
June 21 
June 30 

do.. 

June 22 
June 21 
June 20 
June 22 
June 15 
July 15 
July 5 
June 21 
June 20 
June 22 
June .30 
June 15 
June 22 
June 30 
June 15 : 
June 30 
June 20 
July 14 
Aug. 26 
June 15 
July 6 ; 
June 20 
Aug. 8 
June 29 
June 21. 
June 30 ; 
June 28 
July 5 
June 28 
June 16 
Aug. 10 : 
June 13 
June 17 
July 5 
June 13 
June 23 
July 20; 
June 15 
June 21 
June 20 
June 30 



1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



1926 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1926 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 
1927 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 89 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service in 
practice ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


to 
O 


1 

P 


Maximum 


12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


10.36 


21.88 


12.00 


9.12 


10.70 


15.92 


79.98 


2 


21 


8.47 


22.92 


12.12 


9.12 


9.13 


15.48 


77.24 


2 


21 


10.86 


27.92 


13.18 


8.97 


9.71 


15.92 


86.56 








7.54 


20.88 


9.88 


7.36 


7.75 


15.00 


68.41 


2 


21 


8.89 


23.00 


10.42 


8.02 


9.93 


15.40 


75.66 


1 


27 


8.85 


25.64 


13.26 


8.89 


10.15 


15.28 


82.07 


2- 


21 


8.26 


24.48 


13.14 


8.85 


9.51 


15.52 


79.76 


2 


21 


8.70 


22.80 


13.08 


9.22 


9.10 


15.80 


78.70 


2 


21 


8.59 


20.28 


10.80 


8.36 


8.02 


15.92 


71.97 








(a) 
9.08 


(a) 
24.16 


(a) 
12.28 


(a) 
8.64 


(a) 


15.72 




1 


23 


10.09 


15.32 


79.57 


2 


21 


9.52 


23.04 


12.94 


8.88 


9.25 


15.56 


79.19 








6.80 


19.52 


9.40 


8.70 


8.02 


15.20 


67.64 


2 


21 


8.06 


23.00 


11.14 


8.44 


8.79 


14.64 


74.07 


2 


21 


9.20 


22.80 


12.08 


8.44 


9.08 


15.56 


77.16 


5 


15 


7.58 


21.16 


11.46 


8.45 


9.42 


13.92 


71.99 


2 


21 


8.54 


23.20 


11.72 


9.53 


10.01 


15.00 


78.00 


2 


21 


9.81 


21.60 


11.04 


9.12 


8.45 


15.08 


75.10 


2 


21 


9.04 


26.52 


12.22 


9.42 


9.74 


15.84 


82.78 


2 


21 


8.95 


23.72 


11.86 


8.23 


8.70 


14.60 


76.06 


2 


21 


9.82 


23.44 


12.94 


7.81 


9.04 


15.48 


78.53 


2 


21 


9.13 


21.52 


11.00 


9.28 


9.84 


14.72 


75.49 


2 


21 


8.95 


23.20 


10.76 


8.12 


8.01 


14.88 


73.92 


2 


21 


9.53 


25.92 


13.64 


10.07 


10.89 


14.88 


84.93 


2 


21 


8.50 


25.52 


12.02 


9.09 


9.55 


15.52 


80.20 


2 


21 


10.05 


24.04 


11.04 


8.79 


10.43 


14.84 


79.19 


2 


21 


8.47 


23.56 


12.08 


8.98 


10.36 


14.68 


78.13 


1 


12 


9.69 


25.32 


11.62 


8.50 


9.25 


15.80 


80.18 


2 


10 


9.15 


25.16 


13.04 


8.77 


10.15 


15.24 


81.51 


2 


21 


7.97 


21.00 


11.06 


8.38 


9.32 


15.56 


73.29 


2 


21 


10.01 


23.52 


10.42 


7.79 


8.11 


15.00 


74.85 


2 


21 


8.28 


22.48 


11.80 


7.99 


7.85 


15.20 


73.60 


2 


21 


8.63 


25.88 


13.10 


8.67 


10.73 


15.04 


82.05 


2 


21 


8.15 


22.20 


11.94 


8.83 


8.96 


15.72 


75.80 


2 


21 


8.87 


23.52 


12.76 


8.64 


8.94 


15.96 


78.69 








7.21 


20.56 


10.32 


8.09 


9.66 


15.04 


70.88 


2 


21 


10.70 


26.96 


13.04 


9.03 


9.53 


15.16 


84.42 


2 


21 


8.45 


21.32 


11.12 


8.05 


8.57 


15.72 


73.23 


2 


21 


7.90 


20.52 


10.54 


8.54 


8.99 


15.92 


72.41 


2 


21 


7.97 


21.72 


10.72 


8.92 


8.88 


15. 52 


73.73 


2 


21 


8.47 


22.80 


11.52 


9.10 


9.25 


14.76 


75.90 


2 


21 


9.76 


26.00 


12.56 


9.17 


8.98 


15.00 


81.47 


2 


21 


8.93 


21.52 


11.46 


8.79 


8.79 


15.36 


74.85 


5 


15 


8.55 


23.36 


12.50 


9.00 


9.71 


15.04 


78.16 


2 


21 


10.36 


27. 8G 


13.98 


9.50 


10.74 


15.20 


87.58 


2 


21 


9.45 


24.56 


13.32 


8.78 


9.88 


15.68 


81.67 


2 


21 


8.97 


26.28 


11.76 


8.04 


8.23 


15.68 


78.96 


2 


21 


9.79 


24.40 


13.18 


9.82 


10.16 


15.80 


83.15 


2 


21 


7.70 


20.88 


11.16 


8.51 


9.22 


15.80 


7.3. 27 


2 


21 


8.72 


25.08 


12.28 


8.51 


8.62 


15.40 


78.61 


2 


21 


8.04 


22.80 


10.84 


8.69 


9.23 


15.84 


75.44 


2 


21 


8.90 


22.64 


13.86 


8.88 


10.57 


15.16 


80.01 








7.07 


19.84 


8.54 


7.80 


7.79 


15.04 


66.08 


1 


23 


8.65 


24.28 


13.26 


10.10 


8.91 


15.76 


80.96 


1 


23 


8.10 


20.84 


11.30 


7.95 


9.17 


13.88 


71.24 


2 


21 


8.01 


20.68 


10. 90 


8.69 


7.94 


15.80 


72.02 



90 MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 

Merit roll of the midshipmen of the present third class (class of 1931] 



Order 

of 
general 
merit 
for aca- 
demic 
year 



Names 



State from which 
appointed 



Date of 
admission 



Age at date of 
admission 



Years 



Months 



248 
383 
*3 
96 
108 
391 
*10 
175 

ft360 
365 
210 
272 

1434 
353 
351 
360 
*21 
h 
57 
337 
288 
191 
195 
304 
126 
476 
298 
139 
468 
410 
370 
265 
*33 
379 
233 
144 
175 
500 
492 
89 
215 

1253 
332 

X387 
*26 
374 
363 
513 
229 
*32 
322 
194 
441 
*42 
290 
178 



Tripi, Ignatius Nicholas. 

Tucker, Alfred Bland, III 

Tyra, Tom Donald 

Uehling, Gordon Alexander 

Van Mater, Schermerhorn 

Vaughn, Charles Samuel 

Veasey, Alexander Craig 

Volk, Louis Frank 

Vorpahl, Arthur Henry 

Vredenburgh, James BrinckerhofL 

Wackwitz, Donald Newman 

Walker, Robert Power 

Walker, Thomas Newell 

Wallace, Ford Llewellyn 

Walpole, Kinloch Chaffee. 

Warman, Nathaniel Ewing 

Weather wax, Hazlett Paul 

Weaver, Donald Andrew 

Webster, John Alden. 

Weiler, James Buchanan 

Weir, Frederick Utter 

Werts, Charles Luther 

Wheland, Karl Raymond.. 

White, Carl Thurston 

White, John Alexander 

White, Robb, III 

White, Zebulon Lewis, jr 

Wier, Henry Robert 

Wieseman, Frederick Leonard 

Wilber, Donald Taylor 

Wilbur, Robert Milton 

Will, Prentis King... 

Williams, George Kirtley 

Williams, Henry, jr 

Williams, Jack Bercaw 

Williams, Lowell Windfield 

Williams, Russell Champion 

Williamson, Francis Thomas 

Wilson, Albert H, jr. 

Wilson, Arthur LeLong 

Wilson, George Speakman 

Wilson, John Richard Porter 

Winters, Frederick Charles, jr 

Wirtz, Peyton Louis 

Wood, James Marshall 

Wood, Lester Orin 

Woodaman, Ronald Joseph 

Woods, William Power 

Wright, Douglas Gordon, jr 

Wright, Edward Alvey 

Wright, Frederick Williston, jr 

Wright, Sinclair Best 

Wright, Walter Raymond 

Wulff, John Thayer 

Yancey, Eyans White 

Young, Andrew Lee, jr. 



New York 

Virginia 

Minnesota 

Wisconsin 

Indiana. 

Kentucky 

New Jersey 

Indiana 

Wyoming 

Virginia 

Massachusetts. _. 

California 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

Rhode Island 

Pennsylvania. 

Hawaii 

Indiana 

New York. 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

Indiana. 

Ohio 

Kansas 

Indiana 

Georgia 

Texas 

Massachusetts 

Wisconsin 

Michigan 

Missouri. 

New Jersey 

Utah.. 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Indiana 

Virginia 

Rhode Island 

Idaho 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

do 

Michigan 

Maryland 

Virginia 

Washington 

Massachusetts 

South Carolina 

New Mexico 

Virginia... 

New Jersey 

Oregon 

Ohio 

Illinois... 

Kentucky 

District ofC olumbia. 



June 15,1927 
June 23,1927 
June 16,1927 
July 11,1927 
June 21,1927 
July 14,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 15,1927 
June 22,1927 
June 30,1927 
do 



Aug. 30,1927 
July 8, 1926 
June 30,1927 
do 



June 16,1927 
June 27,1927 
June 17,1927 
June 14,1927 
June 16,1927 
June 21,1927 

do 

June 18,1927 
June 16,1927 
June 21,1927 
do 



June 14,1927 
June 27,1927 
July 2, 1927 
June 27, 1927 
June 13,1927 
June 15,1927 
do 



June 13,1927 
July 22,1927 
June 13,1927 
June 20,1927 
June 29,1927 
June 15,1927 
July 5, 1927 
do 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
June 
July 
Aug. 
June 
Aug. 
June 
June 
June 



17, 1927 
16, 1926 

18. 1926 

14. 1927 
20, 1927 
29. 1927 

6, 1927 
17, 1927 
5, 1927 
8, 1927 
15, 1927 
11, 1927 
20, 1927 
16, 1927 
15, 1927 



20 



20 



MERIT ROLL OF THE PRESENT THIRD CLASS 91 

the first year of their academic course, 550 members, June, 1928 — Continued 



Sea service in 
practice ships 


Engineer- 
ing and 
aeronautics 


Mathe- 
matics 


Electrical 
engineer- 
ing and 
physics 


English 


Languages 


Aptitude 
for service 


Aggregate 
first year 


03 

a 
o 


oa 

>> 
<s 

Q 


Maximum 


12 


32 


16 


12 


12 


16 


100 


2 


21 


8.11 


23.00 


11.84 


9.43 


10.10 


15.28 


77.76 


2 


21 


8.03 


22.64 


11.44 


8.56 


8.88 


14.92 


74.47 


1 


23 


11.90 


27.56 


14.74 


9.79 


10.48 


15.76 


90. 23 


2 


21 


10.47 


26.08 


13.12 


9.90 


8.78 


14.52 


82.87 


2 


21 


10.27 


25.36 


12.58 


8.92 


9.16 


16.00 


82.29 


2 


21 


9.34 


23.16 


11.04 


8.10 


8.02 


14.64 


74.30 


2 


21 


10.76 


27.60 


14.22 


9.42 


10.95 


15.40 


88.35 


2 


21 


8.38 


25.44 


12.66 


8.59 


9.53 


15.36 


79.96 


2 


21 


8.97 


20.72 


12.00 


8.13 


9.40 


15.80 


75.02 


2 


21 


9.40 


21.88 


10.94 


8.38 


8.37 


15.92 


74.89 


2 


21 


9.87 


23.93 


12.08 


9.10 


9.18 


14.76 


78.91 


2 


21 


8.67 


21.64 


12.34 


9.20 


9.55 


15.68 


77.08 


3 


9 


8.12 


21.40 


10.86 


9.65 


8.87 


14.68 


73.58 


2 


21 


8.59 


21.48 


11.32 


9.18 


8.83 


15.76 


75.16 


1 


20 


8.37 


21.64 


11.44 


8.48 


9.30 


15.96 


75.19 


2 


21 


8.26 


22.52 


11.32 


9.14 


8.70 


15.08 


75. 02 


2 


21 


9.68 


26.52 


14.16 


10.29 


10.27 


15.92 


86.84 



2 



21 


7.44 
9.44 


19.92 
26.72 


9.12 
12.88 


7.80 
8.95 


(a) 
10.55 


15.64 

15.84 




84.38 


2 


21 


7.77 


21.36 


11.44 


9.65 


10.03 


15.24 


75.49 


2 


21 


8.78 


22.64 


12.00 


9.00 


8.40 


15.84 


76.66 


2 


21 


9.39 


22.72 


13.18 


9.52 


9.29 


15.32 


79.42 


2 


21 


8.82 


25.64 


12.26 


8.67 


8.00 


15.88 


79.27 


2 


21 


8.19 


23.96 


11.08 


8.58 


8.53 


15.88 


76.22 


2 


21 


8.29 


25.68 


12.94 


9.26 


10.08 


15.48 


81.73 


2 


21 


8.30 


21.48 


10.50 


8.67 


8.49 


14.88 


72.32 


2 


21 


8.49 


24.08 


11.64 


8.61 


8.86 


14.60 


76.28 


2 


21 


9.28 


24.56 


12.66 


9.23 


9.95 


15.56 


81.24 


2 


21 


7.90 


21.48 


10.96 


8.68 


8.01 


15.56 


72.59 


2 


21 


8.16 


21.28 


12.00 


9.81 


8.83 


13.84 


73.92 


2 


21 


8.91 


21.24 


11.64 


9.47 


8.24 


15.32 


74.82 


2 


21 


9.13 


23.08 


11.34 


8.36 


9.86 


15.56 


77.33 


2 


21 


10.30 


27.84 


13.74 


9.30 


9.04 


15.72 


85.94 


2 


21 


8.25 


22.20 


11.48 


8.66 


8.13 


15.80 


74.52 


2 


21 


9.02 


23.88 


12.30 


8.38 


9.4i6. 


15.20 


78.24 


2 


21 


9.86 


24.72 


12.92 


8.81 


9.49 


15.20 


81.00 


1 


23 


8.49 


23.52 


13.12 


9.89 


9.58 


15.36 


79.96 


2 


21 


8.63 


20.60 


10.30 


8.61 


7.99 


15.52 


71. 65 


2 


21 


7.88 


21.68 


10.94 


8.28 


8.10 


15.00 


71.88 


2 


21 


9.70 


24.68 


12.10 


9.78 


11.19 


15.64 


83.09 


2 


21 


9.21 


24.48 


11.30 


9.48 


10.38 


13. 92 


78.77 


2 


21 


10.11 


21.96 


11.40 


8.39 


10.78 


15. 00 


77. 64 


2 


10 


8.37 


22.72 


11.52 


9.22 


9.31 


14.44 


75. 58 


5 


15 


10.45 


21.64 


10.04 


8.59 


8.83 


14.88 


• 74. 43 


2 


21 


9.25 


27.24 


13.60 


10.13 


10.66 


15.64 


86.52 


2 


21 


8.28 


21.60 


11.54 


8.65 


8.98 


15.60 


74.65 


2 


6 


9.63 


22.00 


11.66 


9.16 


9.24 


15.68 


77.37 


2 


21 


8.14 


21.00 


10.14 


8.19 


8.16 


15.36 


70.99 


2 


21 


8.40 


22.48 


12.86 


9.62 


9.62 


15.44 


78.42 


2 


21 


9.73 


28.28 


12.20 


9.55 


10.34 


15.88 


85.98 


2 


21 


9.18 


21.40 


10.88 


8.92 


9.98 


15.40 


75.76 


2 


21 


8.28 


22.72 


13.00 


9.91 


9.69 


15.68 


79.28 


2 


21 


8.40 


20.60 


11.00 


9.46 


8.78 


15.16 


73.40 


2 


21 


10.71 


26.36 


13.98 


9.02 


9.86 


15.68 


85. 61 


2 


21 


8.13 


24.44 


12.00 


8.01 


8.83 


15.20 


76.61 


2 


21 


9.22 


23.96 


13.00 


8.92 


9.62 


15.12 


79.84 



92 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CLASS 



Midshipmen of the fourth class (class of 1932), 611 members 
[Letters in italics used opposite names in the following list refer to footnotes at bottom of this list only] 



Names 



Appointed from- 



Date of admission 



Abrahamson, Ernest Percival___ 

Acker, Frank Clements 

Adams, Allen Bond, jr 

Adams, Richard Donald 

Adams, William Allen, jr 

Akstull, John Donald 

Allen, Henry Irwin, jr 

Anderson, John Frailey 

Andrew, John Douglas 

Andrews, Charles Marshall, jr. tb 

Archer, Stephen Morris 

Arthur, Lionel Alexander b 

Asman, Edwin Charles 

Asmuth, Walter, jr 

Atkins, Barry Kennedy 

Backstrom, James Eugene 

Bailey, Benjamin Franklin 

Bailey, Burl Leonidas 

Bailey, Claude Fenn b 

Bailey, George Winston 

Baker, Harold Edward 

Baker, Robert Louis b 

Baldridge, Harry Alexander, jr_ 

Bandy, Jack Irving 

Barker, Christopher Sylvanus, jr 

Beardslee, George Roscoe 

Beer, Robert Oakley 

Beers, Charles Eli, jr. 6 

Beers, Colwell Edward 

Bell, Francis Smith 

BeU, Walter Frank 

Bellinger, George Lieinberger 

Bellinger, William Cotesworth 
Pinckney, jr. 

Best, Richard Halsey 

Bigaouette, Frank Joseph 

Bigler, James Campbell 

Billingsley, Ed Baxter 

Binns, Jack Alvey 

Bisson, Robert Omer 

Bitterman, David Eugene 

Blair, Richard Hutchings 

Blaisdell, Norman Earl 

Bliss, Charles Fred, jr 

Bohlinger, Antoine Neill, jr 



Maine 


June 14, 1928 


New Jersey 

West Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Mississippi 

New Hampshire 

Indiana 


Aug. 2, 1928 
July 6, 1928 
July 5, 1928 
July 16, 1928 
Aug. 2, 1928 
July 16, 1928 


Ohio_ _ _ 


July 17, 1928 


California 

Arkansas. 


June 15, 1928 
June 13, 1927 


Ohio 


June 19, 1928 


New York 

Ohio 


Sept. 27, 1928 
June 19, 1928 


Wisconsin 

At large (Pres.) 

Mississippi 

Connecticut 

Michigan 


July 16, 1928 
June 14, 1928 
June 21, 1928 
June 15, 1928 
Julv 10, 1928 


Mississippi 

Utah 


Aug. 31, 1928 
July 16, 1928 


Washington 

Kentucky _ 


do 

Sept. 1, 1928 


New York 

Arizona. _ 


June 23, 1928 
June 15, 1928 


North Carolina 

Michigan. _ 


June 29, 1928 
June 14, 1928 


Nebraska 

Mississippi 

Missouri 


do 

Aug. 31, 1928 
July 7, 1928 


Michigan 


June 18, 1928 


Rhode Island 

New York 

South Carolina 

New Jersey 

Minnesota 

Ohio 

Arkansas 


July 6, 1928 
June 28, 1928 
June 15, 1928 

June 14, 1928 
July 6, 1928 
July 9, 1928 
July 16, 1928 


California 

Illinois _ 


July 2, 1928 
July 6, 1928 


Pennsylvania 

Virginia, 


July 9, 1928 
June 29, 1928 


Massachusetts 

Oklahoma 

Arkansas 


June 22, 1928 
June 19, 1928 
July 9, 1928 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CLASS 93 

Midshipmen of the fourth class (class of 1932), 611 members — Continued 



Names 



Appointed from- 



Date of admission 



Age at date 
of admis- 



Bond, Frederick William, jr 

Born, Howard Eugene 

Bowers, Thomas Kent 

Bowser, Alpha Lyons, jr 

Boyle, Joseph Hannon 

Brannon, Horace Rupert 

Breedon, Albert William 2d__. 

Brewer, Cyrus 

Brindupke, Charles Frederic- _. 

Bronson, Frederick Schaffer 

Brown, Lawrence Shepard 

Brown, Sheldon Willis 

Brown, William Wheeler 

Broyles, Horace Ney 

Brumby, Frank Hardeman, jr. 

Bryan, Louis Allen 

Bulkeley, Eugene Chester 

Bull, William Izard 

Bunce, Peris Graves 

Burdick, Dunbar Graves 

Burgin, Miller Strange tb 

Burks, Jesse Billy 

Burrowes, Edward Elgin 

Bush, Harvey Augustine 

Bush, Horace Peters, jr 

Byers, William Robert 

Caley, Arthur Douglas 

Campbell, Clifford Morgan 

Campbell, Herbert John 

Cann, Philip Winslow 

Caperton, Harry Overton 

Carmouche, Leonard Joseph. _ 

Carpenter, Truman Ernest 

Carroll, Daniel Lynn, jr 

Carroll, George Nicholas 

Carter, William Thomas 

Catlett, William Jackson, jr__. 
Chambers, Thomas Edward, _. 

Chase, Edgar Griffith 1. 

Chase, Irwin, jr 

Chittenden, John Lester 

Clark, Charles Ernest 

Clement, James Markland &__. 
Clementson, Merrill Kinsell... 

Close, Burdette Eugene 

1501—28 7 



New York 

Wisconsin 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania 

Wisconsin 

Alabama 

New York 

Massachusetts. _ 

California 

Connecticut 

New York... 

Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

Virginia 

Georgia 

Kentucky 

Illinois 

North Carolina. _ 

New York 

Oregon 

Texas . 

Alabama 

Kansas 

West Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

North Carolina. . 

New York 

Washington 

Oregon 

Maine 

Mississippi 

Louisiana 

Vermont 

Minnesota 

Massachusetts. _ 

Illinois 

Mississippi 

Tennessee 

Kansas 

New Jersey 

New York 

do 



New Hampshire. 

Pennsylvania 

New York 



June 28 
July 6 
June 29 
July 16 
Sept. 
June 
June 
July 
June 22 
do. 



July 9 
July 7 
June 19 
June 28 
June 21 
June 14 
July 23 
July 6 
July 10 
July 16 
June 21 
June 25 
June 29 
July 9 
July 16 
June 22 
June 28 
June 29 
Aug. 1 
July 9 
July 6 
June 18 
July 16 
July 9 
June 21 
June 14 
June 28 
July 17 
June 29 
July 16 
June 15 
Aug. 4 
Aug. 31 
July 16 
do. 



1928 
1928 
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Names 



Appointed from- 



Date of admission 



Cobb, Clarence Ocumpaugh 

Coleman, Earl Stanley 

Coleman, Herbert McClellan 

Coleman, Walter Dan 

Colley, Thomas Jack 

Connaway, Fred 

Connor, Paul Joseph, jr 

Conway, John Bradford 

Cook, Harry Standish 

Coombs, Robert Ernest, jr 

Cope, Alfred Lovell 

Corry, John 

Corson, George 

Counihan, John Lawrence, jr 

Cox, William Rufhn 

Coxe, Alexander Bacon, jr 

Craig, James Gray, jr 

Craighill, Richard Starr 

Croghan, John Alvin 

Crowley, Dennis Stafford 

Culbertson, William Linn, jr 

Cundiff, Charles Reed 

Dale, Roland Harper 

Davis, Frank Mande ville 

Davis, Joseph Burton 

Davis, Thomas William Smith___ 

DeLong, Henry Clay 

Denig, Robert Livingston, jr 

Dennett, Mark Edwin 

Denton, Arthur Austin, jr. b 

De Witt, John Carroll, jr 

de Zayas, Hector 

Dial, Nathaniel Minter 

Dibrell, Aquilla Gibbs, jr 

Dickinson, Albert William 

Dimietrijevic, William Joseph 

Dixon, Conrad Lee 

Dobbs, William Adams 

Doedeyns, Andrew G, jr 

Domenech. Juan Paul 

Donaldson, Francis, jr. b 

Donnelly, Augustine Perry, jr. r__ 

Douglass, Francis Malcolm 

Dreany, Harry Hayes 

Driver, James Russell 



New York 

California 

West Virginia, __ 

Illinois 

New York 

Arkansas 

Massachusetts 

Texas 

Colorado 

Vermont 

Georgia 

Rhode Island 

New York 

Connecticut. 

North Carolina.. 

Missouri 

Tennessee 

Virginia 

New York 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Kentucky 

Connecticut 

Washington 

Ohio 

Virginia 

Maine 

Ohio 

Arizona 

New York 

Georgia 

California 

South Carolina. _ 
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do 

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Illinois 

Mississippi 

New York 

Porto Rico 

Pennsylvania 

Ohio_^ 

Arizona 

Kansas 



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June 28, 
June 20, 
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June 15, 

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Names 



Appointed from- 



Date of admission 



Age at date] 
of admis- 



Dropp, Anthony Henry 

Drysdale, Robert Drake 

Duell, Robert Ensor tb 

Duncan, Turner Alonzo 

Dunn, Robert Terrill, jr 

Duvall, Theodore Wannamaker_ 

Easton, Willard Arnold 

Eastwold, Earl Russell 

Elliott, Lynn Thomas 

Ellis, Clark Morris r 

Ellison, James McMechan, jr 

Ely, Louis Breton 

Emrick, Paul Edgar 

Engel, "Roy Duffield 

Enright, William Keith 

Ernst. Sidney Alfred 

Evans, Robert Lloyd 

Everett, Charles Henry, jr 

Everett, John Leak, jr 

Fackler, Ralph Waldo 

Fahy, John South worth 

Fairbanks, John Francis, jr 

Faires, Carl Franklin, jr. b 

Fang, Owen Elkins 

Fawcett, Marion Arthur 

Fawkes, Emerson Evans 

Feldscher, Willard 

Fernald, Frank Stanford 

Fink, George Rickards 

Finney, Earl Peck, jr 

Fleck, Thomas Martin 

Flenniken, James Alexander 

Foley, Francis Drake 

Ford, Joel Clarence, jr _. 

Frakes, Dale Roderick 

Francis, Harry Grover 

Franklin, William Richard tb 

Frazer, Charles Leonard 

Freund, Bernard William 

Frey, Charles Weiser 

Fulton, Robert Burwell, 2d 

Gamble, Robert Lynn 

Garrison, Malcolm Everett 

Gibson, Scott Kendall 

Gilligan, John Nicholas 



Wisconsin 

Idaho 

New York 

Missouri 

Kentucky 

South Carolina. 
Rhode Island. _ 

Minnesota 

Kansas 

Wisconsin 

Missouri 

Pennsylvania. _ 
do 



New Mexico 

California 

Michigan 

Washington 

Texas 

North Carolina. 

Ohio 

Rhode Island 

Massachu setts. _ 

Georgia 

New York 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Wyoming 

Texas 

New Jersey 

At large (Pres.)-- 

Ohio 

New York 

do ... 



Alabama. _ 
Minnesota. 
New York. 
do.__. 



Iowa 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania. 

Mississippi 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Washington.. 
Illinois 



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June 14 
June 16 
June 22 
June 15 
June 19 
July 7 
Aug. 31 
June 18 
June 29 
June 22 
July 17 
July 9 : 
Aug. 20 
June 29 
July 10 
June 15 
June 19 
July 6 
June 22 
Aug. 23 
June 28 
Aug. 31 
June 21 
June 29 
June 25 
July 23 
July 
June 
June 
June 
July 
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Aug. 
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Names 



Gold, Charles Cary 

Goodgame, Robert Edward, jr 

Goodhue, Arthur Archibald 

Goodman, Daniel Crosby 

Gorsline, Richard Howard 

Gothie, Daniel Shinton 

Gramlich, Frederick Martin 

Grantham, Robert Leven 

Greene, Edward Everett 

Greene, Richard Oden 

Greenlee, Archibald Wilson b 

Greenlee, Halford Robert, jr 

Greenwood, Raymond James 

Gregory, Richard Victor 

Grider, John McGavock 

Grouleff, Paul Henry 

Grove, James Francis 

Groverman, William Heald, jr 

Gunther, Rush Bailey 

Halsey, LeRoy Bartlett 

Hamer, John Byron 

Hamilton, Mason Jay 

Hanby, Elmus Knowles, jr 

Hanson, Albert Eugene 

Hardie, Thomas George 

Harney, Paul Theadore b 

Harral, Brooks Jared 

Harrington, Paul Herbert 

Hart, Adam Byrd 

Harwell, Joseph LaPrade b 

Harwood, Richard Drury tb 

Hatcher, Julian Sommerville, jr_ _ 

Haworth, Karl Frederick 

Hayes, J. Harry 

Hay ward, Verburt Norton 

Head, Harvey Hatcher 

Heinlein, Oscar Allen, jr 

Hendren, Clement Manly 

Hendrick, Hugh Lee, jr 

Hendrickson, Joseph Frank 

Hills, Ivan Gilbert 

Hitchcock, Charles 

Hobbs, George Orrin 

Hodge, Ernest Debbes 

Hodgkins, Edward Ruggles 



Appointed from— 



Pennsylvania 

Tennessee 

Massachusetts 

Minnesota 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Alabama 

California 

Oklahoma 

Illinois 

do 

North Dakota 

Virginia 

P. A. 348 (Pres.) _ _ 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

West Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 

Maryland 

Indiana 

Alabama 

Wisconsin 

Iowa 

Illinois 

New York 

do 

Mississippi 

Georgia 

Tennessee 

At large (Pres.) 

Massachusetts 

New Jersey 

Washington 

Georgia 

Missouri 

North Carolina 

Texas 

New York 

Wisconsin 

New York 

Idaho 

California 

Arizona 



Date of admission 



July 16 
July 9 
June 28 
June 22 
July 6 
July 31 
July 26 
June 15 
June 27 
June 20 
Aug. 31 
July 18 
July 24 
June 28 
June 27 
June 15 
June 29 
July 16 
June 22 

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Aug. 2 
June 15 
June 29 

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July 7 
Aug. 7 
July 11 
Sept. 4 
Aug. 11 
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Names 



Appointed from- 



Date of admission 



Age at date 
of admis- 
sion 



Holloway, Carlton Elbridge__ 

Holloway, William Ponder 

Hollowell, Frank Derickson__ 
Holmes, William McClintic__ 

Holt, Phillip Christian 

Hooper, John Hall 

Hopkins, Thomas Walton 

Horner, John Stuart 

Howe, Frederic Northey 

Howie, Wilbur Graham 

Hubbard, Harry Jenkins 

Hughes, David Emerson 

Hughes, George Ervin 

Hughes, John Whitson b 

Hull, Harry. __._ 

Humes, Ralph Martin 

Humiston, Julian Gray 

Humrichouse, James Walker. 

Hunter, George Cuthbert 

Hurley, Thomas Benedict 

Hurst, Edwin William 

Hutchings, Charles Slack 

Hutchinson, Edward Leigh___ 
Hutchinson, George Leland... 

Hydeman, Earl Twining 

Innis, Walter Deane b 

Jaap, Joseph Abraham 

Jacobs, John Francis, jr 

James, George Shearman, jr__ 

Janz, Eugene 

Jewett, Garry William, jr 

Johnson, Clifford Arthur 

Johnson, John Henry Stewart 

Johnson, Ralph Clarence 

Johnson, Stanley Howard 

Jones, John Paul, jr 

Jonson, William Crawford, jr. 

Joyner, John Wheeler 

Jukes, Herbert Lollis 

Kaplan, Albert David 

Kashower, Robert Herman. __ 

Kasparek, Clarence Emery 

Kaufman, John Holladay 

Keen, Cleo Rafter 



Massachusetts 

Texas 

North Carolina 

Oklahoma 

P. A. 348 (Pres.)-- 

New York 

Maryland 

Michigan 

P. A. 348 (Pres.) _ _ 

South Carolina 

Texas 

California 

Oklahoma 

Idaho 

Georgia 

Rhode Island 

Idaho 

Pennsylvania 

South Dakota 

New York 

South Dakota 

Texas 

New Jersey 

Colorado 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Colorado 

New Jersey 

Maryland 

At large (Pres.) 

Washington 

Illinois 

Mississippi 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Oregon 

Kentucky 

North Carolina 

Arkansas 

Iowa 

California 

Nebraska 

At large (Pres.) 

Missouri 



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June 19 
June 21 
Aug. 23 
Aug 
July 
July 
July 
June 22 
July 10 
July 6 
Sept. 1 
July 9 
June 28 : 
June 15 
July 6 
July 9 
June 15 
Aug. 2 
June 29 
July 10 
July 24 
Sept. 1 
Aug. 31 
July 7 
July 9 
June 22 
Aug. 27 : 
June 21 
July 9 
June 18 
June 29 
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Appointed from- 



Age at date 
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Keene, Charles, jr. 



Kelly, William Daniel 

Kehl, George William 

Kemper, James Lawson 

Kenna, William Edward 

Kennedy, George Washington, jr. 

Kerr, Frank Ingalls 6 

Kerr, Robert Hartley 

Kerwin, Orville Pooley 

Keyes, Charles Melville 

Keyes, Franklin George 

Keyser, Charles Hampson b 

Kinert. David Frederic 

King, Otis Bascom tb 

Kintberger, Leon Samuel 

Kirch, Frederick James 

Kirn, Louis Joseph 

Klinksiek, Henry Tilman 

Knock, Daniel Clyde, jr 

Knoertzer, Halford A 

Koivisto, Martin Mathew 

Konrad, Edmond George 

Kretz, Charles Henry, jr 

Kuhl, Joseph Howard 

Labouisse, Samuel Stanhope &__ 

Lamade, John Dietrick 

Lambert, Richard Holland 

Langen, Thomas David Francis_ 

Lank, Theodore Small 

Lanman, Charles Burrows 

Lapidus, Earl Albin 

Lark, Jacob Aucker 

Larson, Clifford 

Latta, Frank DeVere 

La very, Richard John 

Lawrence, Robert Jay 

Leeds, John Raymond 

Leonard, Robert Craven 

Letts, Kenneth Pearle 

Leverenz, Roy Fred 

Leverett, Travis Robert 

Lewis, John Stephen 



District of Colum- 
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Texas 

California 

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Iowa 

Louisiana 

New York 

Connecticut 

Colorado 

New York 

Virginia 

Washington 

Alabama 

Maryland 

New York 

Wisconsin 

Missouri 

Kansas 

Washington 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

Oklahoma 

Iowa 

Louisiana 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

do 

Delaware 

Arizona 

Nebraska 

Penns3dvania 

Minnesota 

Iowa 

Illinois 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

North Carolina 

Michigan 

do 



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June 28 
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June 29 
June 22 
Aug. 31 
June 22 
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June 21 
July 16 
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June 29 
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Aug. 30 
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July 6 
June 29 
June 22 
do- 



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July 16 
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July 6 
June 22 
July 7 
July 16 
July 31 
July 6 
June 29 
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July 19 
June 30 
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Names 



Lewis, Walter Henry 

Lietwiler, John Marion 

Little, Rex Beach-_ 

Lockwood, Harris Cade 

Loughlin, Joseph James, jr 

Loveland, Kenneth 

Lowndes, Thomas Pinckney 

Lucier, Roland Omerj 

Luker, George Robert 

Lunger, John Philip 

Lyle, Charles Travis 

Lyons, Charles Malaher, jr 

Lyons, William Beauveau Borie. 

Maher, Eugene Hugh 

Major, Albert Sidney, jr 

Malayter, John Stephen 

Malina, Stephen b 

Mallory, Charles King, jr 

Mandelkorn, Richard Shai 

Mang, Louis Wilbur 

Manwaring, James Murray 

Marshall, James Gilbert 

Massey, Costello Page 

Mather, Max Chapman 

Matter, Alfred Richard 

Matthews, John Stanley b 

Mayer, Rollins Harry 

McAllister, John Anderson 

McAlpine, Lloyd Hiram 

McCain, George Holmes 

McCalla, John Wayne 

McCandless, Bruce 

McCarley, Henry Harris 

McCormick, John Joseph 

McCornock, Samuel Aldo 

McCrea, Victor B 

McDonald, David Harold 

McDougal, Douglas Cassel, jr__ 

McGoldrick, Joseph Aloysius 

McGuire, Hudson Lee 

Mclver, DeWitt Clinton, jr 

McKennej^, Warren Haill 

McKibbin, Carlyle Rentz b 

McLeod, Donald King 

McVay, Robert Locher 



Appointed from- 



Penns} + lvania 

Ohio.' 

Kansas 

New York 

P. A. 348 (Pres.)- 

Utah 

South Carolina. _. 

Montana 

Illinois 

New York 

Arkansas ; 

Massachusetts 

Pennsylvania 

Utah 

Virginia 

New York 

Ohio 

Maryland 

Illinois 

Maryland 

At large (Pres.) _ . 

Tennessee 

Virginia 

Ohio 

Montana 

California 

Missouri 

Georgia 

Massachusetts 

Tennessee 

Georgia 

Colorado 

South Carolina--. 

Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Tennessee 

California 

Pennsylvania 

Kansas 

North Carolina-. 

Illinois 

Wisconsin 

Nevada 

New York 



Date of admission 



June 19 
June 25 
June 14 
June 19 
July 6 
June 30 
June 28 
June 29 
June 14 
June 19 
June 22 
July 9 
July 2 
July 25 
June 29 
July 16 
Aug. 31 
June 25 
July 9 
June 28 
Aug. 17 
June 19 
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July 20 
Aug. 31 
June 22 
June 18 
June 28 
June 29 
June 28 
June 14 
July 23 
June 19 
July 16 
June 26 
June 28 
June 14 
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June 22 
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July 31 
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Names 



Meader, Equen Burleson 

Meyer, George William 

Miller, John Stanley 

Miller, William Reynolds 

Milliren, Glenn Alvin, jr 

Mitchell, Gilbert Hesser 

Moncure, Samuel Pemberton &_. 
Montgomery, Thomas Jefferson. 
Montgomery, William Penn, jr_. 

Moore, Harry Grimshaw 

Moore, John Anderson 

Moore, Robert Brevard 

Moore, Robert Clem 

Morgan, Robert Arlan 

Morris, Samuel Woodson, jr 

Morse, John Henry, jr 

Munger, Malcolm Townsend 

Munholland, John 

Munson, Henry Glass 

Murphy, Charlton Lewis, jr 

Murphy, Jerome Elmer, jr 

Murray, Ellsworth Neil 

Musgrave, Charles Wiegel 

Mustin, Lloyd Montague 

Myatt, Lawrence Leslie 

Myers, Jacob Christian 

Nelson, Carl Philip 

Nelson, Rollis Samuel 

Nicholas, Nicholas John 

Nisewaner, Terrell Andrew 

Noyes, William Harbert 

Nuessle, Francis Edward 

O'Brien, Francis Joseph 

O'Connor, Michael Bernard 

Odend'hal, Charles Joseph, jr 

Olsen, Robert Irving 

Orzechowicz, Walter 

Osier, Paul Gordon 

Ottinger, George Malone 

Outerson, William 

Ovrom, Allan Alfred 

Owens, Hinton Allen 

Palmer, Charles Joseph 

Parker, Alton E 

Parker, Frank Mahlon 



Appointed from — 



New York 

Missouri 

Texas 

Maryland 

Pennsylvania. 

do 

Virginia 

Ohio 

Kansas 

Georgia 

Arizona 

North Carolina 

Arizona 

New Hampshire 

Mississippi 

South Carolina 

Massachusetts 

Louisiana 

California 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Minnesota 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

California 

North Dakota 

do 

Maine 

Idaho 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

California 

Oregon 

Massachusetts 

Illinois 

Massachusetts 

Iowa 

Tennessee 

California 

Wisconsin 

Georgia 

New Hampshire 

Idaho 

Indiana 



Date of admission 



15, 
7, 

29, 
6, 



June 29, 
June 18, 
June 25, 
July 17, 
July 9, 
July 23, 
Sept. 1, 
June 22, 
June 15, 
July 9, 
June 
July 
June 
July 
June 18, 
June 22, 
July 9, 
June 22, 
June 29, 
June 28, 
July 19, 
June 14, 
July 9, 
June 14, 
July 27, 
June 29, 
June 15, 
June 23, 
June 22. 
June 29, 
June 18, 
June 27, 
June 28, 
June 
Aug. 
June 
Aug. 
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Aug. 
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Names 



Appointed from- 



Date of admission 



Age at date 
of admis- 



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Parks, Charles Henry- 



Parks, John Robert 

Parrish, Lloyd Withers tb 

Partridge, William Thomas, jr__ 

Pavlic, Milton Frank 

Payne, Edwin Kent 

Perkins, Charles Elliott 

Perkins, William Beckwith, jr__. 

Peters, Arthur Albert 

Petersen, Carl Christian 

Pfingstag, Paul William 

Phares, Everett Lang 

Philburn, Robert Valentine i6__ 

Phipps, Joseph Clark 

Pickard, Allan Wright 

Pierce, George Ellis 

Pinkston, Earl Roland 

Pitts, Ray Maurer 

Pletta, Fred Arthur 

Porter, George Egbert, jr 

Porter, Robert Reed 

Pragnell, William Henry, jr 

Pressey, George Washington 

Prince, Howard Riche 

Pugh, Luther Samuel 

Pursley, David Irvin 

Quarles, Samuel Frank 

Quirk, Philip Decatur 

Rain, Francis Merrell b 

Ramey, John William 

Raring, George Louis 

Raymond, William Henry, jr__ 

Read, John Breckenridge r 

Reader, Joseph Clyde, jr 

Reilly, James Vincent 

Reiter, Harry Lee, jr 

Rhoads, Norwood Brouse, jr 

Rice, George Frank 

Richards, James Francis 

Richards, William LeRoy 

Roach, John Paul 

Robards, William Camp Fitz- 

Hugh. 
Robey, William Emmett 



At large (Vice 
Pres.). 

Missouri 

New Mexico 

Dis. of Columbia. 

Ohio 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

Virginia 

Minnesota 

Wisconsin, _■ 

Indiana 

Maryland 

New Jersey 

Virginia 

North Carolina 

Tennessee 

Georgia 

Texas 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania 

Wisconsin 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

Tennessee 

Ohio 

Pennsylvania 

Virginia 

At large (Pres.) 

Nebraska 

Kentucky 

Pennsylvania 

North Dakota 

Illinois 

do 



June 19, 1928 



June 21 
July 5 
June 28 
June 25 
June 21 
June 28 
June 21 
June 22 
do_ 



July 18 
June 28 
June 14 
June 21 
June 22 
June 19 
June 15 
June 28 
July 31 
July 17 
June 25 
June 28 
July 6 
June 28 
June 29 
do. 



June 19 
June 14 
Aug. 31 
June 22 
July 16 
June 19 
June 18 
do_ 



New York 

Colorado 

Louisiana. 

New Hampshire.. 

West Virginia 

Missouri 

Texas 

At large (Pres.) _ . 



Aug. 1 
July 17 
do_ 



June 18 

June 28 
July 9 
June 28 : 
June 14 



1928 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 



1928 
1928 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 



1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 



1928 
1928 



1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 



19 



Kentucky July 21,1928 20 



102 MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CLASS 

Midshipmen of the fourth class (class of 1932), 611 members — Continued 



Names 



Appointed from- 



Date of admission 



Roblin, Robert Downing 

Rodgers, James Macklin 

Rogers, George Pearsall 

Ronan, Joseph Patrick 

Rooney, George Arthur 

Roper, Francis Davis 

Rosen, Charles 

Ross, Emmett Collins b 

Ross, Robert Davis 

Roudebush, Jack 

Rounds, Horace Priest 

Ruble, Harold Eustace 

Ruckner, Edward Aberle 

Ruhlman, Fred Lee 

Sampson, Norman John 

Sanders, Virgil Perry 

Sargent, Harold Lazelle 

Saunders, John Charles b 

Schaid, Edgar Herr 

Schall, Thomas Douglas, jr 

Schantz, Joseph Dise 

Scherini, Otto Axel 

Schmidt, Maximilian Gmelich. 
Schreiter, Frederick Richard.. 

Schroeder, William Paul 

Schucart, Ralph Harry 

Schultz, Floyd Bernard 

Schwartz, Isador Joseph 

Schweitzer, Earl Snowden 

Scott, Bruce von Gerichten 



Scott, David Darwin 

Scott, Ethan Alvy r 

Scott, Reader Clarence 

Seager, John Wesley, jr 

Sedore, Jester John 

Seely, Harry Woodworth 6__ 

Selin, George Harold 

Severs, Hugh Barret b 

Shaw, Spencer Loraine 

Shea, John Dwight 

Shellberg, William Cantrell_. 
Shelton, Howard Edward, jr. 

Sheridan, Hugh Lewis b 

Sherwin, Thornton 

Shinn, Allen Mayhew 



New York 

Pennsylvania. . 

Alabama 

New York 

Kansas 

Missouri 

Kansas 

Mississippi 

Ohio 

California 

Massachusetts. 

Minnesota 

New Jersey 

Nebraska 

Connecticut. _. 

Kentucky 

Missouri 

Louisiana 

Indiana 

Minnesota 

Pennsylvania.. 

Washington 

Missouri 

Massachusetts. 

Michigan 

Missouri 

Michigan 

Pennsylvania. . 
do 



At large (Vice 
Pres.). 

South Dakota 

Texas 

Illinois 

Minnesota 

do 



June 
July 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
Sept- 
June 
July 
July 
June 
July 
June 
July 
June 
June 
Sept. 
June 
July 
June 
Aug. 
June 
June 
June 
July 
June 
June 
Aug. 
July 



15, 1928 

16, 1928 
16, 1928 
20, 1928 

22, 1928 
18, 1928 

14, 1928 

1, 1928 

15, 1928 

2, 1928 
9, 1928 

23, 1928 
9, 1928 

14, 1928 

9, 1928 

18, 1928 

28, 1928 

1, 1928 
25, 1928 
23, 1928 

16, 1928 

13, 1928 

14, 1928 

28, 1928 

29, 1928 

30, 1928 

15, 1928 
29, 1928 

2, 1928 
9. 1928 



New York 

do 

Kentucky 

South Carolina. 
West Virginia. _ 

Texas 

Kentucky 

Pennsylvania. _ 

do 

California 



June 


25, 


1928 


June 


29, 


1928 


Julv 


6, 


1928 


June 


18, 


1928 


June 


25, 


1928 


Sept. 


28, 


1928 


June 


28, 


1928 


Aug. 


31, 


1928 


June 


22, 


1928 


July 


9, 


1928 


Julv 


10, 


1928 


June 


22, 


1928 


Sept. 


1, 


1928 


June 21, 


1928 


July 


11, 


1928 : 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CLASS 103 

Midshipmen of the fourth class (class of 1982), 611 members — Continued 



Names 



Appointed from- 



Date of admission 



Short, William Byfield, jr 

Short, Wallace Clark, jr 

Shovestul, Paul James 

Shumway, DeWitt Wood 

Silverstein, Max 

Simmers, Clayton Rogers tb 

Simonson, Edward Phillips tb r. 

Simpson, Robert Tate b 

Sinclair, Francis Mead 

Slaj'den, Alvin Weems 

Small, Selden Clobridge 

Smiley, Clare Brown 

Smith, Charles Hubert 

Smith, Daniel Flecher, jr. b 

Smith, Howard Elmer 

Smith, James Arthur 

Smith, John Bernard 

Smith, James Gene 

Smith, Lawrence 

Smith, Levering 

Smith, Lewis Oscar, jr 

Smith, Reynolds C 

Smyth, Lawrence William 

Snoeyenbos, Lee Christian 

Snowden, Ernest Maynard 

Snyder, Philip Leroy 

Sosnoski, Harry 

Soule, Rufus Albertson, 3d 

Spangler, John Gilmore 

Speer, John Orin 

Spiers, John Isidore Randall. _. 

Stannard, Wilford Tennyson 

Starr, Marvin Tipton 

Stevenson, Gilbert Northrop 

Still, John Webber 

Stoner, Howard Fletcher 

Strickler, Robert Lawrence &__. 

Stuart, William Aurand 

Sturr, Henry Dixon 

Styne, D wight Evan 

Sugarman, Charles Maurice 

Sunderland, Morton 

Sutton, John Joseph 

Tagg, William Leonard 

Taylor, Ennis Walter 



New York. 
do___. 



Pennsylvania. _ 

New York 

Illinois 

Pennsylvania. _ 

New York 

Texas 

At large (Pres.) . 

Tennessee 

New York__ 

Alabama 

Georgia 

Texas 

New York 

Missouri 

Massachusetts. 

Missouri 

New York 

Illinois 

West Virginia. _ 

Michigan 

Indiana 

Wisconsin 

North Carolina, 

Ohio 

do 



Massachusetts. 

Nebraska 

Pennsylvania. _ 

New Jersey 

Connecticut 

Washington 

Nebraska 

Mississippi 

Indiana 

Oklahoma 

West Virginia. _ 

Michigan 

Hawaii 

Oregon 

At large (Pres.) 

Illinois 

Nebraska 

Texas 



June 15, 
July 23, 
June 28, 
June 21, 
June 18, 
June 16, 
June 14, 
Sept. 1, 
June 14, 
June 22, 
June 15, 
June 22, 
June 15, 
Sept. 1, 
June 16, 
July 9, 
June 22, 
June 18, 
June 25, 
June 18, 
June 15, 
do__ 



1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1927 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 



June 18, 
June 22, 
June 29, 
July 9, 
June 28, 
June 18, 
July 9, 
June 28, 
July 31, 
June 28, 
June 29, 
June 21, 
Sept 5, 
June 22, 
Sept. 1, 
July 6, 
July 9, 
June 27, 
Aug. 7, 
June 14, 
July 6, 

do.. 

June 28, 



1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 



1928 



104 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CLASS 



Midshipmen of the fourth class (class of 1932), 611 members — Continued 



Names 



Appointed from— 



Tellefsen, Carl Robert 

Tennent, John Gardner, 3d 

Thomas, Donald Irving 

Thomas, James Alfred 

Thompson, Forest Carson 

Thompson, Joseph 

Todd, Ashford, jr 

Todd, Kenneth Stanley f 6 

Toft, James Cecil, jr 

Townsend, Harry Edson 

Townsend, William Edward 

Tschirgi, Harvey Curtis 

Tucker, Augustine John, 2d 

Turton, Howard Johnson 

Tuttle, Magruder Hill 

Underwood, Gordon Waite 

Underwood, Ptobert DuBois 

Utter, Harmon Tischer 

Vaillancourt, Maurice Lesieur 

Van de Water, Donald Fremont. 

Vandling, Robert Edward 

Van Evera, John Rynier 

Van Every, Salem Augustus, jr_ _ 

Van Home, George Ransom b 

Vanous, William Winfield 

Van Slyke, Francis Allen 

Van Slyke, John Rosser 

Vaughan, Frederick Owen 

Vaughan. John 

Von Weller, Harold John 

Von Woglom, Louis Ethan 

Vorpahl, Arthur Henry tb 

Vrooman, William Tayler 

Wagnon, Lucien Edward 

Walsh, John Edward, jr 

Ward. Alfred Gustave 

Warder, Thomas Grayston 

Warfield, Thomas Glover 

Waters, Odale Dabney, jr 

Weaver, Donald Andrew tb 

Webster, Donald Herbert 

Weeks, Robert Harper 

Wellings, Albert Aloysius 

Weschler, Charles John 

West, John Taliaferro 



Minnesota 

At large (Pres.) . 
Virginia 



Age at date 
of admis- 
sion 



Date of admission 



I 



Ohio 

Indiana 

Maine 

Alabama 

Connecticut 

Xew Jersey 

Xew York 

Ohio 

Iowa 

Pennsylvania 

Connecticut 

Xorth Carolina-. 

Oregon 

At large (Pres.) _ . 

Ohio 

Xew Hampshire.. 

Xew York 

Pennsylvania 

Minnesota 

Xorth Carolina--. 

Kentucky 

Maryland 

Michigan 

Texas 

P. A. 348 (Pres.). 

Michigan 

Georgia 

West Virginia 

Wyoming 

Xew York 

South Carolina. __ 

Pennsylvania 

Alabama 

West Virginia 

Xebraska 

Virginia 

Indiana 

Colorado 

Massachusetts 

do 



July 19, 
June 14, 
June 22, 
June 28, 
June 18, 
June 22, 
June 14, 
June 15, 
June 18. 
June 15, 
July 30, 
June 29, 
June 21, 
July 16. 
June 28, 
July 9, 
June 18, 
June 22, 
June 18, 
July 7. 
July 17, 
June 29, 
July 9, 
Aug. 31, 
June 28, 
June 14, 
June 19, 
June 15, 
July 26, 
June 21, 
do__ 



1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 ; 

1927 

1928 

1928 ; 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 | 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 

1928 



June 22, 
June 19, 
do-_ 



1927 
1928 



Pennsylvania . 
Marvland 



July 16, 
June 28, 
June 25, 
July 6, 
July 9, 
June 17, 
June 29, 
June 14, 
Aug. 10, 
July 7, 
July 16, 



1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1927 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 | 



18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
16 
17 
18 
19 
18 
18 
20 
18 
18 
19 
IS 
16 
18 
19 
20 
IS 
16 
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19 
19 
17 
18 
19 
17 
18 
18 
19 
17 
19 
17 
19 
17 
IS 
18 
18 
18 
18 
19 
19 
IS 



11 
6 
3 

11 
9 

11 
5 

10 
6 

10 
7 
2 

10 
1 

11 
1 
9 

10 

2 

11 

10 
7 

10 
3 

11 
2 
8 

11 
6 
9 
6 
7 
5 
4 
7 
9 

10 

1 
4 
6 
7 


11 



MIDSHIPMEN OF THE FOURTH CLASS 105 

Midshipmen of the fourth class {class of 1982), 611 members — Continued 



Names 



Appointed from— 



Date of admission 



Age at date 
of admis- 
sion 



Weston, Wallace Humphrey 

Wheeler, Robert Higgins 

White, Clarence Marbury, jr 

White, Theodore Harrison 

Widhelm, William John 

Wigelius, Frank Edward 

Wilder* Allison Francis Page 

Wildner, Adolphe 

Willard, Chauncey Shearer 

Williams, Paul Darwin 

Williams, Richard Claggett, jr___ 

Williamson , Lindsey 

Williamson, Marcus William 

Williamson, Thomas Fort 

Williford, Vaughan Buford 

Willson, John Joseph 

Wilson, George Rees b 

Wilson, Ronald Lee__ 

Wilson, Ralph Martin 

Wilson, William Ritchie 

Winter, William, jr 

Wintle, Jack William 

Witherow, Joseph Francis, jr 

Wolsieff er, Frederick 

Wooding, Walter Harrison 

Woodward, Edwin Charles 

Wylie, Joseph Caldwell, jr 

York, Harold Chester 

Young, Melvin Thayer 

Young, Peter William 

Young, Robert Cummings 

Zink, William Talbott, jr 



Maine 

Massachusetts. 

Maryland 

New York 

Nebraska 

Washington 

North Carolina- 
New York 

Florida 

South Dakota. _ 

Maryland 

New York 

Minnesota 

Alabama 

do 



Iowa__. 

Illinois. 
do. 



Pennsylvania-- 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Kansas 

California 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania-- 
At large (Pres.) 

New Jersey 

Maine 

Wisconsin 

Ohio 

West Virginia. _ 
Maryland 



June 22 
June 29 
June 28 
June 19 
July 2 
July 17 
June 19 
July 3 
June 14 
June 22 
Aug. 27 
July 9 
June 22 
July 9 
June 28 
Aug. 2 
Aug. 31 
June 18 
June 15 
July 9 : 
June 21 
June 14 
June 15 
June 28 
June 19 
June 14 
do- 



June 28 
June 22 
July 24 
June 21 
June 30 



1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 



1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 
1928 



19 
20 
18 
19 
20 
19 
18 
17 
18 
17 
17 
19 
17 
16 
18 
19 
17 
18 
20 
17 
18 
20 
17 
19 
18 
17 
17 
19 
19 
18 
18 
18 



11 
2 
4 
1 


10 
7 

10 
4 
6 
9 
4 
9 
8 

11 
4 

11 
7 
2 
6 

2 

11 

11 
3 
9 
3 
2 

11 

11 
8 
1 



b — Readmitted; date given is date of readmission. 

dd — Died. 

/ — Dismissed. 

r — Resigned. 

tb — Turned back from class of 1931. 



SUMMARY OF MIDSHIPMEN AT UNITED STATES 
NAVAL ACADEMY AT BEGINNING OF ACADEMIC 
YEAR 1928-29 (SEPT. 28, 1928) 



First class (class of 1929) 248 

Second class (class of 1930) 427 

Third class (class of 1931) 509 

Fourth class (class of 1932) 606 

Total 1,790 

106 



APPOINTMENTS, DEATHS, RESIGNATIONS, ETC. 

September 24, 1927, to October 19, 1928 

SUMMARY OF CLASS OF 1928 

Membership of graduating class, June 7, 1928 174 



Commissioned ensigns, line 151 

Commissioned ensigns, Supply Corps 2 

Commissioned second lieutenants, United States Marine Corps 14 

Graduated; resignations accepted due to physical disqualifications 6 

Deficient in studies; turned back into next lower class. __ 1 

Members of the class of 1928 {graduated June 7, 1928) appointed ensigns 
[Arranged in order of merit for the completed course. Read first column, then second, etc.] 



Watts, C. R. 
Lee, J. R. 
Howard, W. E., jr. 
Burzynski, R. 0. 
Van Meter, R. E. 
James, R. K. 
Quinn, J. 
Fay, A. J. 
Conway, G. V. 
Sears, H. E. 
Moffett, G. H. 
Carpenter, H. J. 
Finnegan, J. 
Hastings, W. J. 
Wakeman, P. F. 
Zabilsky, J. 
Pye, W. S., jr. 
Ahroon, T. A. 
Bole, J. A., jr. 
Schoech, W. A. 
Cockell, W. A. 
Mullen, J. F., jr. 
Jacobsen, W. H. 
McDonald, D. L. 
Ransford, H. F. 
Bruen, C. J. 
Ascherfeld, T. F. 
Quilter, J. F. 
Jones, H. B. 
Parsons, W. S. 
Millican, W. J. 
Thompson, W. 
Eves, E. T. 



Hawk, E. C. 
Bagdanovich, M. P. 
Johnson, M. G. 
Enright, G. P. 
Momm, A. O. 
Lair, R. B. 
Harris, C. M. 
Garton, N. F. 
Searles, W. M. 
Pierce, J. R. 
Shinkle, V., 3d. 
Cole, V. B. 
Fickling, E. E. 
Burrows, A. C. 
Strange, R. O. 
Estey, A. W. 
Peden, R. C. 
McCormick, H. A. 
Beyerly, I. F. 
Bowers, J. T., jr. 
Taylor, D. A. 
Lindgren, C. A. R. 
Nieman, H. R., jr. 
Wagner, D. J. 
Gaden, A. G. 
Smith, T. A. 
Kerst, P. E. 
Dexter, E. B. 
Zook, H. McC. 
Ambruster, S. H. 
Madsen, E. C. 
Flaherty, M. F. D. 
Norgaard, R. N. 



Archer, R. J. 
Lull, E. E. 
Monahan, I. B. 
Ashcraft, T. 
Collis, J. L. 
Taliaferro, H. B. 
King, G. E. 
Kendall, C. H. 
Walden, A. J. 
Fritschmann, G. 
Radom, M. 
McCue, J. K. 
Brett, J. H., jr. 
Taylor, W. A. 
Jordan, F. C. B. 
Mullaney, B. J. 
Brown, C. 
Hannegan, E. A. 
Freiburghouse, L. '. 
Jones, T. W. 
Curtin, N. R. 
Young, E. J. S. 
White, J. T. 
Bowley, CM. 
Donovan, T. A. 
Moore, F. E. 
Wyatt, J. E. 
Riggs, J. C, jr. 
Walsh, W. M. 
Todd, D. W., jr. 
Morris, R. L. 
Banister, A. B. 
Collins, G. W. 

107 



108 



APPOINTMENTS, DEATHS, RESIGNATIONS, ETC. 



Alderman, J. C. 


Simmonds, T. H. 


Black, L. L. 


Boyd, J. M. 


Williams, J. A. 


Urquhart, J. G., jr. 


Smith, C. R. 


Corby, A. B. 


Fitzmaurice, E. W. 


Gerin, M. R. 


Schuber, J. B., jr. 


Hall, R. S., jr. 


Burke, J. E. 


Raborn, W. F., jr. 


Stringer, G. W. 


Daisley, R. M. 


Keith, R. T. S. 


Carusi, E. C. 


Belden, R. N. 


Nash, N., jr. 


Richardson, H. W. 


Hicks, A. S. 


Hewett, L. H. 


Stokes, P. G. 


UnderhiU, J. J. 


Wood, R, W. 


Pierce, R. A. 


Gordon, D. S. 


Otterson, 0. L. 


Huff, C. P, jr. 


Aichel, A. M. 


Huff, G. K. 


Nelson, J. F. 


Renard, J. C. 


Thomas, W. D. 


Scott, J. A. 


Anderson, P. R. 


Nichols, F. McD. 


Whittington, H. B. 


Sayers, L. W., jr. 


Martin, E. J. 


Catterton, M. L. 


Gray, W. N. 


Rittenhouse, B. N., jr. 


Leggett, J. H. 


Shea, W. W. 


Merson, M. M. 


Pope, E. H. 


Gallery, P. D. 


Lovelace, D. A. 




Tackney, S. N. 


Hamilton, W. L. 




Appointe 


d second lieutenants in Marine Corps 


Ballance, R. G. 


Coffman, C. C. 


Pollock, E. E. 


Mitchell, C. B. 


Parmelee, P. 0. 


Dodge, W. T. 


Weir, K. H. 


Heil, J. J. 


Popp, C. 


Croft, F. C. 


Schaeffer, M. W. 


Batterton, B. C. 


Binney, A. F. 


Ennis, T. G. 





Appointed ensigns in Supply Corps 
Koepel, E. H. Bierer, J. S. 

Deaths 
Name and class Date died 

Fox, Miles Feeser, class of 1931 Aug. 31, 1928 

Kellogg, Gordon Harrington, class of 1929 Jan. 31, 1928 

McKinstry, James Orville, class of 1930 Jan. 27, 1928 

Dismissals 

Name and class Date dismissed 

Harrison, Samuel Henderson, class of 1928 Nov. 10, 1927 

Treanor, Vincent de Paul, jr., class of 1928 Jan. 16, 1928 

Wigstead, Leslie Raymond, class of 1930 Sept. 1, 1928 

Wolfe, Eldon Edwin, class of 1929 Nov. 10, 1927 

Dropped 

Name and class Date dropped 

Axline, Rea Andrew, class of 1930 Sept, 22, 1928 

Willard, Charles Louis, jr., class of 1930 Do. 

Reinstated, 
Name. Date reinstated 

Cardwell, Larry; originally a member of the class of 1928. Placed 

in class of 1930 upon reinstatement June 23, 192S 

Resignations 
Name and class Date resigned 

Adair, Fineus Albert, class of 1930 Mar. 20, 1928 

Alexander, James Everett, jr., class of 1930 Jan. 28, 1928 

Anderson, Peyton Tooke, class of 1929 Oct. 18, 1927 



APPOINTMENTS, DEATHS, RESIGNATIONS, ETC. 109 

Name and class Date resigned 

Arthur, Lionel Alexander, class of 19316 Sept. 10, 1928 

Ater, Leroy Earl, class of 1929 Sept. 29, 1927 

Atkinson, Elijah Arnold, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Austin, Samuel Yates, jr., class of 1930 June 23, 1928 

Back, Vincent Lewis, class of 1930 Feb. 13, 1928 

Bailey, Claude Fenn, class of 19316 Feb. 7, 1928 

Baker, Herbert Marvin, jr., class of 1930 Do. 

Baker, Robert Louis, class of 1931 6 Do. 

Balf e, Alexander Merrill, class of 1930 Sept. 8, 1928 

Becker, William Sereno, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Beers, Charles Eli, jr., class of 1931 6 Do. 

Blackford, Chester Miles, class of 1928 June 7, 1928 

Blake, Malcolm Bell, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Blanchard, Carroll Mason, class of 1929 Jan. 28, 1928 

Bourke, Lewis Francis, class cf 1931 Apr. 9, 1928 

Bradshaw, Terence Crawford, class of 1931 June 7, 1928 

Briggs, William Bradford, class of 1930_ _'___ Feb. 7, 1928 

Broadbent, Charles, class of 1929 Jan. 28, 1928 

Brulle, William Morris, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Caldwell, Marcus Boyd, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Campbell, Louis Wilbur, class of 1930 June 7, 1928 

Carter, James Allen, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Chadwick, Daniel, class of 1930 Sept. 10, 1928 

Chamberlain, Harold Austin, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Cheves, Palmer Ray, class of 1931 Do. 

Clement, James Markland, class of 19316 June 7, 1928 

Clithero, Wendell Antone, class of 1930 Oct. 11, 1927 

Cluverius, Wat Tyler, jr., class of 1930 Feb. 7, 1928 

Cobb, James Glenn, class of 1931 June 7, 1928 

Cole, Bayard Mcintosh, class of 1931 Apr. 2, 1928 

Conley, Thomas John, class of 1930 Feb. 7, 1928 

Connor, Wesley Olin, jr., class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Copithorn, Webster William, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Cottrell, George Dale, class of 1931 June 7, 1928 

Cramer, Michael Lavern, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Craven, John Joseph, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Culbertson, John Steele, class of 1931 Do. 

Cumming, John Clark, class of 1930 Do. 

Dennett, Henry Clay, class of 1930 Apr. 9, 1928 

Denton, Arthur Austin, jr., class of 19316 Feb. 7, 1928 

deVault, George Edward, class of 1931 . June 7, 1928 

Donaldson, Francis, jr., class of 1931 6 Do. 

Donnelly, Augustine Perry, jr., class of 1932 Sept. 7, 1928 

Donovan, John Walter, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Drew, Ralph McRae, class of 1931 Jan. 12, 1928 

Dumford, Hansel Hoyt, class of 1931 Apr. 17, 1928 

Edwards, Francis Edwin, jr., class of 1931 Apr. 10, 1928 

Edwards, Howard Marcius, class of 1931 Aug. 29, 1928 

Elliott, Arthur Wilmans, class of 1930 June 7, 1928 

Ellis, Clark Morris, class of 1932 Aug. 21, 1928 

Erickson, Frank Arthur, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Faires, Carl Franklin, jr., class of 19316 Feb. 18, 1928 

Finch, Brown Petree, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Foley, Neil Howland, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Gee, Robert Lee, jr., class of 1930 June 7, 1928 

1501—28 8 



110 APPOINTMENTS, DEATHS, RESIGNATIONS, ETC. 

Name and class Date resigned 

Genet, Arthur Samuel, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Green, Garret Edward, class of 1930 May 26, 1928 

Greene, Elbert Hinish, class of 1929 Nov. 17, 1927 

Greenlee, Archibald Wilson, class of 1931 6 Feb. 7, 1928 

Groesbeck, John Paul, class of 1930 Dec. 17, 1927 

Guyol, Nathaniel Bouton, class of 1930 May 26, 1928 

Haines, Richard Alexander, class of 1928 Feb. 7, 192S 

Hansen, Samuel Shirley, class of 1931 Do. 

Hardaway, Robert Morris, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Hardy, Benjamin Andrew, class of 1931 Apr. 9, 1928 

Harney, Paul Theadore, class of 19316 Feb. 7, 1928 

Harrell, Waldo Lincoln, class of 1931 Apr. 9, 1928 

Harwell, Joseph LaPrade, class of 1930 6 Feb. 7, 1928 

Hedekin, Edwin Charles, class of 1931 Oct, 3, 1928 

Henderson, John Emory, class of 1931 June 14, 1928 

Herbert, Curtis Burke, jr., class of 1931 Apr. 9, 1928 

Hoskins, Frederick Bonney, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Hotchkiss, Vernon Garrison, class of 1930 June 21, 192S 

Hoye, Francis, jr., class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Hughes, John Whitson, class of 19316 Feb. 7, 1928 

Hurd, Thomas Joseph, jr., class of 1931 Mar. 26, 1928 

Hyde, William Haskins, jr., class of 1930 Sept. 5, 1928 

Iiling, William Arthur, class of 1930 Sept. 10, 1928 

Innis, Walter Deane, class of 19316 June 7, 1928 

Kaull, Herbert Hilton, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Kenney, Timothy Charles, class of 1931 Apr. 9, 1928 

Kennedy, WiUiam Dewitt, class of 1928 June 14, 1928 

Kent, John Thomas, class of 1928 June 7, 1928 

Kerr, Frank Ingalls, class of 19316 Feb. 10, 1928 

Keyser, Charles Hampson, class of 19316 Feb. 7, 1928 

Kiernan, James Walter, class of 1930 Sept. 5, 1928 

Klander, George Girrard Fulton, class of 1930 Feb. 7, 1928 

Krauss, Frederick Ernst, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Kuhlman, Clarence Eugene, class of 1930 Feb. 1, 1928 

Labouisse, Samuel Stanhope, class of 19316 June 7, 1928 

Leary, Alexander Mclntyre, jr., class of 1928 Do. 

Leavitt, Richard Brooks, class of 1930 Jan. 14, 1928 

Lewis, William Dean, class of 1930 Oct. 7, 1927 

Lowrie, Allen, class of 1931 June 7, 1928 

Magill, Bradford Steele, class of 1930 Sept, 7, 1928 

Makely, Metrah Underwood, class of 1929 Oct, 31, 1927 

Malina, Stephen, class of 19316 Feb. 7, 1928 

Manternach, John Charles, jr., class of 1931 Do. 

Manwaring, Edward Wharton, class of 1930 Do. 

Marihart, Leo Aloysius, class of 1930 Sept. 11, 1928 

Masters, Justin Daniel, class of 1930 Feb. 7, 1928 

Matthews, John Stanley, class of 193 16 Do. 

McConnell, James Richard, class of 1931 Apr. 11, 1928 

McCoy, Lawson Paul, class of 1931 Mar. 5, 1928 

McKibbin, Carlyle Rentz, class of 19316 June 7, 1928 

McKinstry, Cail Robinson, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

McXeely, William Atwood, class of 1930 Oct, 24, 1927 

Means, William Elwood, class of 1931 Feb. 7, 1928 

Miller, Walter Edward, jr., class of 1930 June 7, 1928 

Moncure, Samuel Pemberton, class of 19316 Feb. 7, 1928 



APPOINTMENTS, DEATHS, RESIGNATIONS, ETC. Ill 

Name and class Date resigned 

Morel, James Seagrove, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Morrison, William Coates, class of 1930 Oct. 18, 1927 

Moses, Walter Cecil, class of 1930 Feb. 7, 1928 

Mosley, Vernon Millard, class of 1930 Mar. 20, 1928 

Oaks, Melvin David, class of 1931 Feb. 7,1928 

O'Bryan, Leo Francis, class of 1931 Mar. 6,1928 

Odquist, George Paul, class of 1930 Oct. 2, 1928 

Parker, William Douglas, class of 1931 Feb. 7 , 1928 

Parun, Bernard, class of 1930 Do. 

Pennington, Dale Kelsey, class of 1929 Oct. 7,1927 

Pettingill, Richard Flavius, class of 1928 June 7 , 1928 

Pike, Edwin Wallace, class of 1930 Apr. 30,1928 

Pizzutiello, Henry, jr., class of 1930 Aug. 10, 1928 

Pirie, John Charles, class of 1930 Sept. 1, 1928 

Poole, Walter Theopholis, class of 1931 Feb. 7 , 1928 

Powell, Thomas Bishop, class of 1929 Apr. 9 , 1928 

Purdy, George Irwin, class of 1931 Oct. 6,1928 

Radford, Francis Manson, class of 1929 Apr. 12 , 1928 

Rain, Francis Merrell, class of 19316 June 7,1928 

Read, John Breekenridge, class of 1932 Sept. 8, 1928 

Resch, Robert Jacob, class of 1930 Jan. 30,1928 

Rogers, Charlton Bernard, 3d, class of 1929 June 6 , 1928 

Ross, Emmett Collins, class of 1930 6 June 7 , 1928 

Rowan, Edward Louis, class of 1931 Do. 

Saunders, John Charles, class of 1931 6 Feb. 7 , 1928 

Schaefer, Everett Bernard, class of 1930 May 26,1928 

Scott, Ethan Alvy, class of 1932 Aug. 24, 1928 

Seargeant, John, class of 1930 Sept. 11, 1928 

Seely, Harry Woodworth, class of 19316 Sept. 10, 1928 

Severs, Hugh Barret, class of 19306 Feb. 7,1928 

Sheridan, Hugh Lewis, class of 19316 June 7,1928 

Shields, Charles Ira, class of 1931 Nov. 10,1927 

Simonson, Edward Phillips, class of 1932 Sept. 28, 1928 

Simpson, Robert Tate, class of 19306 Oct. 24,1927 

Slaton, Paul Jones, jr., class of 1931 June 7,1928 

Sloane, Theodore Paul, class of 1930 Sept. 15, 1928 

Smith, Charles Franklin, class of 1929 Oct. 18 , 1927 

Smith, Charles Gordon, jr., class of 1931 Feb. 7,1928 

Smith, Daniel Flecher, jr., class of 1931 6 Do. 

Smith, Donald Kelley, class of 1928 Apr. 23 , 1928 

Smith, Francis Stephens, class of 1929 June 7 , 1928 

Smith, Leslie Brown, class of 1930 Feb. 7 , 1928 

Smith, Maurel Ricks, class of 1930 Oct. 19, 1928 

Snow, Richard Rice, class of 1930 June 4 , 1928 

Spangler, Henry Allen, jr., class of 1931 Feb. 7,1928 

Spilker, James Julius, class of 1928 June 7 , 1928 

Spurgeon, Henry Clyde, class of 1930 Jan. 31,1928 

Spurrier, Franklin Hawthorne, class of 1930 Feb. 29,192 8 

Stewart, Fred Benner, class of 1930 Nov. 8,1927 

Stewart, Richard Chandler, class of 1929 Dec. 2 , 1927 

Strickler, Robert Lawrence, class of 193 16 June 7 , 1928 

Swanson, Robert Claude, class of 1930 June 4,1928 

Sweet, James Edmund, class of 1931 Feb. 15,1928 

Taft, William Howard, class of 1930 F-.b. 7 , 1928 



112 APPOINTMENTS, DEATHS, RESIGNATIONS, ETC. 

Name and class Date resigned 

Taylor, Crittenden Battelle, class of 1930 June 7 , 1928 

Taylor, Rufus Lackland, jr., class of 1931 Feb. 7,1928 

Teague, Elwood Andrew, class of 1929 Aug. 10, 1928 

Tedeschi, Anthony, class of 1929 Feb. 7, 1928 

Tracy, Thomas Brodhead, class of 1930 May^26,1928 

Tringham, Mario William, class of 1930 Feb. 7,1928 

Van Home, George Ransom, class of 19316 Do. 

Verge, John Robert, class of 1931 Do. 

Vincent,' John Bernard, jr., class of 1931 Do. 

Wakefield, Franklin Webster, jr., class of 1928 Do. 

Walker, Frank Foote, class of 1931 _._ Do. 

Warkoczewski, Stanley Joseph, class of 1930 June 7 , 1 928 

Wettack, Frank Sheldon, jr., class of 1930 Feb. 25,1928 

White, Robert Norris, class of 1931 Feb. 7,1928 

Whitney, Donald Gillespie, class of 1928 Nov. 14,1927 

Wilson, George Rees, class of 1931 b Feb. 7,1928 

Wilson, John Richard Porter, class of 1931 Sept. 10, 1928 

Winters, Edward Griffing, class of 1931 Feb. 9 , 1928 

Wood, Paul Douglas, class of 1931 Feb. 7,1928 

Yokes, Harold Hugh, class of 1930 Do. 

Zwick, William Cubberly, class of 1930 Feb. 27 , 1928 

Retained in next lower class 

Name Date turned back 

Andrews, Charles Marshall, jr., class of 1931 to class of 1932 June 1, 1928 

Armbrust, Car] Raymond, class of 1928 to class of 1929 Sept. 15, 1928 

Boyd, Alston Maury, jr., class of 1929 to class of 1930 Sept. 10, 1928 

Burgin, Miller Strange, class of 1931 to class of 1932 Sept. 6, 1928 

Duell, Robert Ensor, class of 1931 to class of 1932 Do. 

Dumford, Hansel Hoyt, class of 1930 to class of 1931 r Apr. 4, 1928 

Engelhardt, Egon Paul, class of 1930 to class of 1931 Sept. 6, 1928 

Fojt, Robert Edward, class of 1930 to class of 1931 Apr. 4, 1928 

Franklin, William Richard, class of 1931 to class of 1932 May 26, 1928 

Harrell, Waldo Lincoln, class of 1930 to class of 1931 r Apr. 4, 1928 

Harwood, Richard Drury, class of 1931 to class of 1932 May 26, 1928 

Hurd, Thomas Joseph, jr., class of 1930 to class of 1931 r Feb. 3, 1928 

Jung, Karl Edward, class of 1930 to class of 1931 Apr. 4, 1928 

King, Otis Bascom, class of 1931 to class of 1932 Sept. 6, 1928 

McConnell, James Richard, class of 1930 to class of 1931 r Apr. 4, 1928 

Moses, McDonald, class of 1930 to class of 1931 Do. 

Parrish, Lloyd Withers, class of 1931 to class of 1932 May 26, 1928 

Philburn, Robert Valentine, class of 1931 to class of 1932 Do. 

Phillips, Charles Frederick, class of 1928 to class of 1929 Apr. 4, 1928 

Simmers, Clayton Rogers, class of 1931 to class of 1932 Sept. 6, 1928 

Simonson, Edward Phillips, class of 1931 to class of 1932 r May 26, 1928 

Smith, Julius Elbridge, jr., class of 1930 to class of 1931 May 11, 1928 

Todd, Kenneth Stanley, class of 1931 to class of 1932 May 26, 1928 

Vorpahl, Arthur Henry, class of 1931 to class of 1932 Sept. 6, 1928 

Walker, Thomas Newell, class of 1930 to class of 1931 Apr. 4, 1928 

Weaver, Donald Andrew, class of 1931 to class of 1932 May 26, 1928 

Wickens, Justin Leo, class of 1930 to- class of 1931 Sept. 6, 1928 

Wirtz, Peyton Louis, class of 1930 to class of 1931 Apr. 4, 1928 

Wotton, Albert Harry, class of 1928 to class of 1929 Do. 

Zuntag, Alexander Andrew, class of 1930 to class of 1931 Sept. 6, 1928 

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136 GRADUATES RETAINED FOR AVIATION INSTRUCTION, 1928 



Alphabetical arrangement of those members of the class of 1928 (158) who were 
retained at the Naval Academy for aviation instruction, summer of 1928 



Ahroon, T. A. 
Aichel, A. M. 
Alderman, J. C. 
Ambruster, S. H. 
Anderson, P. R. 
Archer, R. J. 
Ascherfeld, T. F. 
Ashcraft, T. 
Bagdanovich, M. P. 
Ballance, R. G. 
Banister, A. B. 
Batterton, B. C. 
Belden, R. N. 
Beverly, I. F. 
Binney, A. F. 
Black, L. L. 
Bole, J. A., jr. 
Bowers, J. T., jr. 
Bowley, C. M. 
Boyd, J. M. 
Brett, J. H., jr. 
Brown, C. 
Bruen, C. J. 
Burke, J. E. 
Burrows, A. C. 
Burzynski, R. O. 
Carpenter, H. J. 
Carusi, E. C. 
Catterton, M. L. 
Cockell, W. A. 
Coffman, C. C. 
Cole, V. B. 
Collins, G. W. 
Collis, J. L. 
Conway, G. V. 
Corby, A. B. 
Croft, F. C. 
Curtin, N. R. 
Daisley, R. M. 
Dexter, E. B. 
Dodge, W. T. 
Donovan, T. A. 
Ennis, T. G. 
Enright, G. P. 
Estey, A. W. 
Eves, E. T. 
Fay, A. J. 
Fickling, E. E. 
Finnegan, J. 
Fitzmaurice, E. W. 
Flaherty, M. F. D. 
Freiburghouse, L. F. 
Fritschmann, G. 



Gaden, A. G. 
Gallery, P. D. 
Garton, N. F. 
Gerin, M. R. 
Gordon, D. S. 
Gray, W. N. 
Hall, R. S., jr. 
Hamilton, W. L. 
Hannegan, E. A. 
Harris, C. M. 
Hastings, W. J. 
Hawk, E. C. 
Heil, J. J. 
Hewett, L. H. 
Hicks, A. S. 
Howard, W. E., jr. 
Huff, C. P., jr 
Huff, G. K. 
Jacobsen, W. H. 
James, R. K. 
Johnson, M. G. 
Jones, Horace B. 
Jones, T. W. 
Jordan, F. C. B. 
Keith, R. T. S. 
Kendall, C. H. 
Kerst, P. E. 
Lair, R. B.. 
Lee, J. R. 
Leggett, J. H. 
Lindgren, C. A. R. 
Lovelace, D. A. 
Lull, E. E. 
Madsen, E. C. 
Martin, E. J. 
McCormick, H. A. 
McCue, J. K. 
Merson, M. M. 
Miilican, W. J. 
Mitchell, C. B. 
Moffett, G. H. 
Momm. A. O. 
Monahan, I. B. 
Moore, F. E. 
Morris, R. L. 
Mullaney, B. J. 
Mullen, J. F., jr. 
Nash, N., jr. 
Nelson, J. F. 
Nichols, F. M. 
Nieman, H. R., jr. 
Norgaard, R. N. 
Otterson, O. L. 



Parmelee, P. O. 
Parsons, W. S. 
Peden, R. C. 
Pierce, J. R. 
Pierce, Robert A. 
Pollock, E. E. 
Popp, C. 
Pye, W. S., jr. 
Quilter, J. F. 
Raborn, W. F., jr. 
Ransford, H. F. 
Renard, J. C. 
Richardson, H. W. 
Riggs, J. C, jr. 
Sayers, L. W., jr. 
Schaeffer, M. W. 
Schoech, W. A. 
Schuber, J. B., jr. 
Scott, J. A. 
Sears, H. E. 
Shea, W. W. 
Shinkle, V., 3d. 
Simmonds, T. H. 
Smith, C. R. 
Smith, T. A. 
Stokes, P. G. 
Strange, R. O. 
Stringer, G. W. 
Tackney, S. N. 
Taliaferro, H. B. 
Taylor, D. A. 
Taylor, W. A. 
Thomas, W. D. 
Thompson, W. 
Todd, David W., jr. 
Underhill, J. J. 
Urquhart, J. G., jr. 
Van Meter, R. E. 
Wagner, D. J. 
Wakeman, P. F. 
Walden, A. J. 
Walsh, W. M. 
Watts, C. R. 
Weir, K. H. 
White, J. T. 
Whittington, H. B. 
Williams, J. A. 
Wood, R. W. 
Wyatt, J. E. 
Young, E. J. S. 
Zabilskv, J. 
Zook, H. M. 



GRADUATES RETAINED FOR AVIATION INSTRUCTION, 1928 137 

The following-named members of the class of 1928 did not receive aviation 
instruction during the summer of 1928 for the reasons noted: 
Armbrust, C. R., scholastic reexamination pending. 
King, G. E., on rifle team. 
McDonald, D. L., on rifle team. 
Pope, E. H., disciplinary action. 
Quinn, J., on rifle team. 
Radom, M., on rifle team. 
Rittenhouse, B. N., jr., on rifle team. 
Searles, W. M., disciplinary action. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, 1928-29 



[Reference books are marked*] 
FIRST YEAR— FOURTH CLASS 

FIRST TERM 



Departments 


Periods 
each 
week 


Subjects 


Textbooks 


Engineering and aeronau- 
tics. 

M ATHEM A.TICS 


2 
6 


Descriptive geometry 
and mechanical draw- 
ing. 


Bartlett and Johnson's engineering 
Descriptive Geometry and Draw- 
ing. 




College albebra 


Rietz and Crathorne's College 

Algebra. 
Bullard and Kiernan's Plane and 

Spherical Trigonometry. 
American Practical Navigator,* 

Bowditch. 
Smith's What Can Literature Do 


English . 


3 

3 
3 

2 


Plane trigonometry and 
logarithms. 

Composition and litera- 
ture. 


Modern languages 


for Me? 

Alden and Earle's Makers of Naval 
Tradition. 

Greever and Jones's Century Col- 
legiate Handbook. 

Alden's Writing and Speaking. 

Westcott, Lewis, and Weber's Four 
Centuries of Literature. 

Webster's Collegiate Dictionary.* 

Essentials of Spanish (Torres). 


(One half of the class studies 
Spanish and the other half 
French.) 


French 


Un Verano en E span a (Weems). 
Appleton's New Spanish Diction- 
ary.* 
The New Fraser and Squair French 


Electrical engineering and 


Chemistry 


Grammar. 
Le Tour du Monde (Green). 
Uniform International Dictionary, 

Hinds, Hayden, and Eldredge.* 
McPherson and Henderson's Ele- 


PHYSICS. 




mentary Study of Chemistry. 

McPherson and Henderson's Exer- 
cises in Chemistry. 

Pamphlet: Dashiell's Problems in 
Chemistry. 



SECOND TERM 



ENGINEERING AND AERONAU- 
TICS. 



Mathematics. 



English. 



Modern languages 

(One half of the class studies 
Sapnish and the other half 
French.) 



Electrical engineering and 
physics. 



Descriptive geometry 
and mechanical draw- 
ing. 

Spherical trigonometry.. 

Plane analytic geome- 
try. 
Mathematical analysis.. 



Composition and litera- 
ture. 



Spanish... 

French 

Chemistry 



Bartlett and Johnson's Engineering, 
Descriptive Geometry and Draw- 
ing. 

Bullard and Eaerman's Plane and 
Spherical Trigonometry. 
| Palmer and Krathwohl's Analytic 
Geometry. 

Griffin's Introduction to Mathe- 
matical Analysis. 

Mechanical Engineers' Handbook, 
by Marks.* 

American Practical Navigator,* 
Bowditch. 

Alden's Writing and Speaking. 

Westcott, Lewis, and Weber's Four 
Centuries of Literature. 

Shakespeare's Henry IV: Part I, 
Othello, and King Lear. 

Essentials of Spanish (Torres). 

Un Verano en Espana (Weems). 



The New Fraser and Squair French 
Grammar. 

Le Tour du Monde (Green). 

McPherson and Henderson's Ele- 
mentary Study of Chemistry. 

McPherson and Henderson's Exer- 
cises in Chemistry. 

Pamphlet: Dashiell's Problems in 
Chemistry. 



138 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 



139 



SECOND YEAR— THIRD CLASS 

FIRST TERM 



Departments 


Periods 
each 
week 


Subjects 


Textbooks 


Engineering and aeronau- 
tics. 


3 
5 

4 
3 

2 
2 


f Engineering drawing 

{Bureau of Engineering 
[ drawings. 

f Calculus 


lBartlett and Johnson's Engineering 
> Descriptive Geometry and Draw- 
J ing. 

JMarch and Wolff's Calculus. 

Mechanical Engineer's Handbook 

by Marks.* 
Spinney's Textbook of Physics. 




\Solid analytic geometry. 
Physics 


Electrical engineering and 


PHYSICS. 1 

English 


Naval history 


Department's Physics Manual. 
Department's Physics Laboratory 

Manual. 
Stevens and Westcott's History of 


Modern languages 


Spanish 


Sea Power. 

Clark, Stevens, Alden, and Krafft's 
Short History of the United States 
Navy (revised by Alden) . 

Hills and Ford's First Spanish 


(One half of the class studies • 
Spanish and the other half 
French.) 


French ■. 


Course. 
Temas Espanoles (Crawford). 
Gil Bias (Padre Isla). 
Fournon and Broussard's Pour 






Parler Francais. 
The New Fraser and Squair French 

Grammar. 
Gil Bias (LeSage). 



SECOND term 



Engineering and aeronau- 
tics. 



Mathematics. 



Electrical engineering and 
physics. 



English. 



Modern languages 

(One half of the class studies 
Spanish and the other half 
French.) 



Mechanisms. 



Engineering materials 

and processes. 
Mechanics 



Physics. 



Political and social his- 
tory of the United 
States. 



Spanish. 
French.. 



Baker and Farrell's Principles of the 
Basic Mechanisms. 

Ashe and Hale's Engineering Mate- 
rials and Processes. 

Elementary Mechanics— Depart- 
ment of Mathematics, U. S. Naval 
Academy. 

Mechanical Engineers' Handbook by 
Marks.* 

Breckenridge's Polyphase Slide Rule 
Manual.* 

Spinney's Textbook of Physics. 

Department's Physics Manual. 

Department's Physics Laboratory 
Manual. 

Westcott, Lewis, and Weber's Four 
Centuries of Literature. 

Schlesinger's Political and Social 
History of the United States. 

Atlantic Monthly (February to 
May). 

Gil Bias (Padre Isla). 

Hills and Ford's First Spanish 
Course. 

Gil Bias (LeSage). 

The New Fraser and Squair French 
Grammar. 



1 Third class has 8 drill periods in December and January, and a like number in February and March 
devoted to recitation. 



140 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 



THIRD YEAR— SECOND CLASS 

FIRST TEEM 



Departments 


Periods 
each 
week 


Subjects Textbooks 


Engineering and aeronau- 
tics. 

Mathematics 


4 

5 
4 
3 


Boilers i Lyon and Hinds' Marine and Naval 

Boilers. 
1 Bureau of Engineering Manual. 
Reciprocating engines Barton and Stickney's Naval Recip- 
and auxiliary ma- i rocating Engines and Auxiliary 
chinery. Machinery. 
Spherical trigonometry.. Bullard and Kiernan's Plane and 


Electrical engineering and 
physics. 

Navigation .. 


Differential equations... 

Engineering mathemat- 
ics. 

Magnetism and elec- 
tricity (DC). 

Navigation 


Spherical Trigonometry. 

Phillips. 

Department of Mathematics, TT. S. 
Naval Academy. 

Timble's Elements of Electricity. 

Bullard's Naval Electrician's Text 
Book, Vols. I and II. 

Department's Direct Current Labo- 
ratory Manual. ' 

Elements of Astronom3 r (Fath). 






Navigation (Dutton). 
Useful Tables, 1925. 
Nautical Almanac. 
Azimuth Tables.* 



second term 



Seamanship and flight tac- 
tics. 



Ordnance and gunnery. 



Navigation. 



Engineering and aeronau- 
tics. 



Electrical engineering and 
physics. 



Modern languages 

(One half of the class studies 
Spanish and the other half 
French.) 



Seamanship 

(Cyclone Storms) . 



Signals and communi- 
cation procedure. 

Regulations 

Leadership 2_ 

Naval aviation 

Aviation history 

Aerology 

Ordnance, gun con- 
struction, torpedoes, 
and mines. Aviation 
Gunnery. Safety 
Orders. 



Navigation. 



Reciprocating engines 
and auxiliary ma- 
chinery. 

Naval construction 



Structure and rigging 



Electricity (D. C. and 
A. C). 

Dynamo electric ma- 
chines, primary and 
secondary batteries, 
searchlights, tele- 
phones, etc. 

Spanish 



French. 



Knight's Seamanship. 

Naval Terms and Definitions. 

Boat Book, 1927. 

Bowditch, 1925. 

Handling Ships, Notes B. 

Nautical Phraseology. 

Signal Books, U. S. Navy. 

Bureau of Navigation Study Course, 
Seaman Signalman 3c. 

U. S. Navy Regulations. 

Naval Leadership. 

Blue Jacket's Manual. 

Naval Aviation, War lick. 

Vol. I, U. S. Navy Aviation Ground 
School Manual. 
Do. 

Naval Ordnance, 1925. 

Notes on Torpedoes, Mines, Fire 
Control, and Battle Efficiency, 
Part 2. 

TJ. S. Navy Pensacola Ground School 
Manual, Vol. II. 

U. S. Navy Regulations, 1920. 

Elements of Astronomy (Fath) . 

Navigation (Dutton). 

Useful Tables, 1925. 

H. 0. 200 Tables. 

Nautical Almanac. 

Azimuth Tables.* 

Barton and Stickney's Naval Recip- 
rocating Engines and Auxiliary 
Machinery. 

Manning and Schumacher's Naval 
Architecture and Warship Con- 
struction. 

Aircraft Construction (Department 
of Engineering and Aeronautics, 
U. S. N. A.). 

Bullard's Naval Electrician's Text- 
books, Vols. I and II. 

Timbie's Elements of Electricity. 

Department's Direct Current Labo- 
ratory Manual. 



Un Verano en Espana (Weems). 
Hills and Ford's First Spanish 

Course. 
Gil Bias (LeSage). 
The New Fraser and Squair French 

Grammar. 



1 Second class has in addition 8 periods in December and January during first term in drill period 
Saturdays. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 



141 



FOURTH YEAR— FIRST CLASS 

FIRST TERM 



Departments 


Periods 
each 
week 


Subjects 


Textbooks 


Seamanship and flight tac- 


3 

3 
2 

3 
3 

2 
2 


Seamanship 




tics. 


Signals 


Boat Book, 1927. 
Nautical Phraseology. 
Naval Terms and Definitions. 




Military law. _. 




Ordnance and gunnery 

Navigation 


International law 

Communications (in- 
cluding aircraft com- 
munications and pro- 
cedure) . 

Ordnance and ballistics.. 


International Law, Soule and Mc- 
Cauley. 

A Digest of Naval Communications 
(Lewis). 

Bureau of Navigation Study Courses, 
Radioman 3c. 

Naval Ordnance, 1925. 

Exterior Ballistics, 1926. 

Range and Ballistic Tables, 1926. 

Navigation (Dutton). 

Notes on Hydrographic Surveying 
(Refo). 

Useful Tables, 1925. 

H. 0. 200 Tables. 

Nautical Almanac. 

Azimuth Tables.* 

Ennis' Thermodynamics, Abridged. 

Cox and Libbey's Naval Turbines. 

Bullard's Naval Electrician's Text- 
book, Vols. I and II. 

Department's Alternating Current 
Laboratory Manual. 


Engineering and aeronau- 
tics. 


Thermodynamics 


Electrical engineering and 
physics. 


Alternating currents and 
alternating current 
machinery. 

Radio 


Modern languages 


Spanish 


Department's Radio Laboratory 
Manual. 


(One half of the class studies 
Spanish, the other half 
French .) 


French _ 


Spanish Nautical Phrase Book and 
Reader. 


Hygiene 


Effects of alcohol and 

narcotics. 
Naval and military 

hygiene. 
First aid to the injured 

(14 Friday evening 

periods) . 


French Nautical Phrase Book and 

Reader. 
Heiner's Physiology, First Aid and 






Naval Hygiene. 



1501—28 10 



142 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 



FOURTH YEAR— FIRST CLASS 
SECOND TERM 





Periods 






Departments 


each 
week 


Subjects 


Textbooks 


Seamanship and flight tac- 


3 


Elementary strategy 


Seamanship and War College pam- 


tics. 




and tactics. 


phlets. 
Vol. II, TJ. S. Navy Aviation Ground 
School Manual. 






Aviation History 


Vol. I, U. S. Navy Aviation Ground 
School Manual. 






Aerology 


Do. 






Leadership 


Naval Leadership. 

U. S. Navy Regulations. 






Regulations 






Mooring board 


Navigation (Dutton.) 


Ordnance and gunnery 


3 


Ballistics, fire control, 


Exterior Ballistics, 1926. 






gunnery. Bombing. 


Range and Ballistic Tables, 1926. 
Gunnery Instructions, U. S. N. 
Pensacola Ground School Manual, 

Vol. II. 
Notes on Fire Control Part I and 

Part II. 
Bureau of Ordnance pamphlets. 
Official Publications. 


Navigation 


. 2 


Navigation 


Navigation textbooks same as for 






first term. 


Engineering and aeronau- 


3 


Turbines 


Cox and Libbey's Naval Turbines. 


tics. 




Internal-combustion en- 


Internal-Combustion Engines(Lind) 






gines, and aviation 


supplemented by department of 






engines. 


E. & A. pamphlets. 


Electrical engine kring and 


3 


Alternating currents and 


Bullard's Naval Electrician's Test- 


physics. 




alternating current 


books, Vols. I and II. 






machinery. 


Department's Alternating Current 
Laboratory Manual. 






Radio 


Department Radio Manual. 
Department's Radio Laboratory 














Manual. 


English 


2 


Modern European his- 
tory (with lectures). 


Turner's Europe since 1789. 










After-dinner speaking 








(Tuesday and Thurs- 








day evenings) . 





COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 

Assignment of time, 1928-29 



143 





First class 


Second class 


Third class 


Fourth class 




Departments 


First 
term 


Second 
term 


First 
term 


Second 
term 


First 
term 


Second 
term 


First 
term 


Second 
term 


Summary 


Seamanship and flight 


3 
3 
2 

3 


3 
3 

2 

3 


0) 

3 

4 
5 

4 


3 
3 

3 

3 
2 










i 9-(10) 
9 






















10 


Engineering and aero- 


3 
5 

2 3 

3 

2 


3 

5 

23 

3 
2 


2 

6 

2 
3 
3 


2 
6 

; 

3 


23 




27 


Electrical engineering and 


3 


3 
2-x 


2 3 22-(23) 
14 


English... 




2 

( 4 ) 




2 


14 








(<) 














| 





1 December and January, 1 period. 

2 December and January, 4 periods. 



February and March, 4 periods. 
Friday night lecture. 



Coefficients, 1928-29 



Departments 


First class 


Second class 


Third class 


1 
Fourth class Summary 


Aptitude for the 


17 


12 


7 


3 


39 








First 
term 


Second 
term 


First 
term 


Second 
term 


First 
term 


Second 
term 


First | Second 
term ! term 




Seamanship and flight 
tactics. 


8 
8 
5 

7 


8 
8 
5 

7 


6 

8 
9 

8 


6 
6 
6 

6 
4 






i 


22 


Ordnance and gunnery 






i 


22 
22 

39 








i 


Engineering and aeronau- 
tics 


4 

3 
4 
3 


4 

7 

4 
4 
3 


1 ! 2 




4 4| 31 


Electrical engineering and 


8 


8 
5 


I 
2 j 2 1 39 


English 


2 ! 2 j 17 


Languages 


4 
2 




4 


1 , 2 1 17 


Hygiene 






! 


2 












Total 


100 


75 


50 


25 250 





















144 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 

Program of recitations, 1928-29 — First term 






Day 



Monday. 



Tuesday. 



Wednesday- 



Thursday 



Frida: 



Class 



Bat- 
talion 



1, 3... 
4, 2— 
1, 3... 
4, 2... 
1, 3... 
4, 2— 
1, 3... 
4, 2„. 
1, 3... 
4, 2„. 
1, 3— 
4, 2... 
1, 3... 
4, 2— 
1, 3... 
4, 2... 
1, 3... 
4, 2... 
1, 3— 
4, 2-. 
1, 3— 
4, 2... 
1, 3... 
4, 2... 
1, 3— 
4, 2... 
1, 3„. 
4, 2... 
1, 3... 
4, 2... 
1, 3... 
4, 2... 
1, 3„. 
4, 2... 
1, 3— 
4, 2.-. 
1, 3-. 
4, 2... 
1, 3— 
4, 2... 



Periods 



First, 7.50 to 
9.54 a. m. 



Languages 

do.... 

E. E. and P— 
Mathematics.. 

E. and A 

do 

Mathematics.. 

English 

Navigation 

do 

E. E. and P... 
Mathematics- 
Languages 

E. E. andP... 

English 

Mathematics.. 
S. and F. T__. 

Ordnance 

Mathematics.. 
E. E. and P.- 

E. and A 

do— 

Mathematics- 
Languages 

Ordnance 

S. and F. T — 
E. E. and P... 
Mathematics.. 

English 

E. E. and P.- 

Languages 

Mathematics- 
Navigation 

do 

E. E. and P — 
Mathematics.. 

E. and A 

E. E. and P... 

English 

Mathematics.. 



Second, 10.04 

a. m. to 12.08 

p. m. 



Third, 1.10 to Fourth, 3.27 Fifth, 7.4S 
3.10 p. m. ! to 4.30 p. m. 9.30 p. m. 



E. and A 

...-do 

Mathematics. 
E. E. and P.. 
do 



English 

Languages. .. 
Mathematics. 

Ordnance 

S.andF. T._ 
Mathematics. 
Navigation.. . 

English 

Languages. .. 
Mathematics. 
E. E. and P.. 

E. and A 

do 

Navigation. -. 
Mathematics. 
Languages. .. 

English 

E. E. and P.. 
Mathematics. 

E. and A 

do 

Mathematics. 
Navigation... 
E. E. and P.. 

English 

Mathematics. 
Languages. .. 

Ordnance 

S. andF. T.. 
Mathematics. 
E. E. and P._ 

do 

E. and A 

Mathematics. 
English 



J S. andF. T... 

. Ordnance 

_j E. and A 

J do 

. Mathematics.. 

J do 

J E. E. andP-.. 

.! Languages 

J E. E. andP— 

J do 

-I E.andA.i 

.' do.i 

Mathematics.. 

....do 

Languages 

English 

Languages 

.-.do 

E. and A 

..-do 

Mathematics.. 

....do 

English 

E. E. and P— 
S. and F. T— 

Ordnance 

Navigation 2 _. 
E. E.and P.*. 
Mathematics.. 

....do 

E. and A 

..-do 

E. E. and P— 

....do 

Navigation 

....do 

Mathematics.. 

—do 

E. and A 

-—do 



Drill. 



Study. 



.do. 



Recreation. 



De 



Drill. 



.do... 
.do... 



.do. 



Hvgiene. 
" Do. 



Study. 



SATURDAY TIME SCHEDULE 









7.50 to 9.54 
a. m. 


10.20 to 11.50 
a. m. 










1 
2 
3 

4 


1, 3— 
4, 2 


E. E. and P... 




•Recreation 


Recreation.. 






do. 






Saturday 


1, 3„_ 
4, 2„. 
1, 3... 
4, 2„. 
1, 3... 
4, 2„_ 


E.and A 

do 

English t 


S. and F. T.3..I 
do.3 | 

E. E.and P.s..; 
do.3__ . 


(Liberty— 
1 motion 
I pictures. 
1 etc. 




Mathematics.. 








do.. 







1 When second class has examination in mathematics, third period, on Tuesdays, the fourth and second 
battalions recite engineering and aeronautics during the first period and the first and third battalions recite 
engineering and aeronautics during the second period. 

2 When second class has examination in electrical engineering and physics, third period, on Thursdays, 
the first and third battalions recite navigation during the first period. 

3 December and January, 10.04 a. m. to 12.08 p. m. , 

First class lectures in hygiene, fifth period, Fridays. 

During the odd-numbered academic months the first and fourth battalions recite the first hour or* a period. 
During the even-numbered academic months the second and third battalions recite the first hour of a period. 

For the academic year of 1928-29 each odd-numbered battalion of the regiment studies Spanish and each 
even-numbered battalion studies French. Assignment to each language on entrance becomes perman.?^: 
for the course. 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 

Program of recitations, 1928-29 — Second term 



145 





Class 


Bat- 
talion 


Periods 


Day 


First, 7.50 to 
9.54 a. m. 


Second, 10.04 

a. m. to 12.08 

p. m. 


Third, 1.10 to 
3.10 p. m. 


Fourth, 3.27 
to 4.30 p. m. 


Fifth, 7.45 to 
9.30 p. m. 


Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday... 

Thursday j 

i 
| 

Friday 

1 


f 1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 

; 1 
2 
3 
4 

: 1 
2 
3 
4 


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4, 2— 
1, 3— 
4, 2— 
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4, 2... 
1, 3... 
4, 2— 
1, 3... 
4, 2— 
1, 3... 
4, 2... 
1, 3— 
4, 2— 
1, 3— 
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1, 3... 
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1, 3... 
4, 2... 
1, 3— 
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1, 3— 
4, 2— 
1, 3— 
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1, 3... 
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E. E. and P— 

do 

Languages 

do 

E. and A 

do 

Mathematics .. 

English 

S. and F. T.__ 

Ordnance 

E. and A 

Navigation 

Languages 

E. E. and P— 

English 

Mathematics— 
E. E. and P.:_ 

do 

Ordnance 

S. and F. T.__ 
E. and A 

do 

Mathematics- 
Languages 

S. and F. T... 

Ordnance 

E. E. and P— 

Navigation 

English 

E. E. and P___ 

Languages 

Mathematics.. 
Navigation 

do 

Ordnance 

S. and F. T... 

E. and A 

E. E. and P.- 
English 

Mathematics.. 


E. and A 

do 

Ordnance 

S. and F. T... 
E. E. and P— 

English 

Languages 

Mathematics- 
Ordnance 

S. andF.T. .. 

Navigation 

E. E. and P._. 

English 

Languages .... 
Mathematics.. 
E. E. and P„_ 
S. andF. T... 

Ordnance 

E. and A 

do 

Languages 

English 

E. E. and P_„ 
Mathematics- 
E. and A 

do 

Navigation 

E. E. and P... 

do 

English 

Mathematics- 
Languages 

Ordnance 

S. andF. T... 

do 

Ordnance 

E. E. and P.._ 

E. and A 

Mathematics- 
English 


Ordnance 

S. andF. T.._ 

do 

Ordnance 

Mathematics. . 

do 

E. E. and P___ 

Languages 

Navigation 

do 

E.E.andP.i.. 

E. and A.i 

Mathematics— 

do 

Languages 

English 

E. and A 

do 

Languages 

do 

Mathematics.. 

do 

English 

E. E. and P... 
English 

do 

S. and F. T_._ 

Ordnance 

Mathematics.. 

do 

E. and A 

do 

English 

do 

Navigation 

do 

Mathematics.. 

do 

E. and A 

do 


Drill 

>....do 

•Recreation.. 

Drill 

..... do 

do 

.....do 


Study. 
Do. 
Do. 

Do. 

English. 
Do. 

Study. 



SATURDAY TIME SCHEDULE 



Saturday. 



1,3. 
4, 2. 
1,3. 
4, 2. 
1,3. 
4,2. 
1,3. 
4,2. 



7.50 to 9.54 
a. m. 



E. E. and P. 

do 

E. and A.... 
do 



English 

Languages... 
Mathematics. 
..... do........ 



10.20 to 11.50 
a. m. 



E. and P. 2. 
..do. 2 



Recreation. 



Recreation. 



I Liberty- 
motion 
pictures, 
etc. 



'■> When second class has examination in electrical engineering and physics, third period, on Tuesdays, 
the fourth and second battalions recite engineering and aeronautics during the second period. 

a February and March, 10.04 a. m. to 12.08 p. m. 

During the odd-numbered academic months the first and fourth battalions recite the first hour of a period. 
During the even-numbered academic months the second and third battalions recite the first hour of a 
period. 

For the academic year of 1928-29 each odd-numbered battalion of the regiment studies Spanish and each 
even-numbered battalion studies French, Assignment to each language on entrance becomes permanent 
for the entire course. 



146 



COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 

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February and March. 



ARRANGEMENT OF COURSES 
1928-29 



All courses are completed each term 

Midshipmen are required to have 2.5 or over 
in each department for each term 



147 



RESUME OF COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 



EXECUTIVE 



The executive department, under the direction of the commandant of mid- 
shipmen, supervises the following: 

Development of omcerlike character and qualities in midshipmen. 

Enforcement of the regulations for interior discipline. 

Service of the regiment by its auxiliary departments, including the commissary, 
midshipmen's store, tailor shop, cobbler shop, barber shop, and laundry. 

Administration of Bancroft Hall, where the regiment is quartered. 

Accomplishment of executive drills; namely, infantry, setting-up, and bayonet 
exercises. 

All midshipmen entertainments and activities other than academic work. 

The Naval Academy band, the police force, and fire organizations. 

Operation and upkeep of Naval Academy farm and dairy. 

It is the endevor of this department to instill into the regiment of midshipmen 
the highest standard of honor, loyalty, and patriotism. This is accomplished 
in the development of mental and physical cleanliness, the proper sense of duty 
and responsibility, and ability to command men. 

Summary of practical instruction periods, 1928—29 

Numbers preceding dash indicate number of week days; numbers following dash indicate number of 

Saturdaysl 



Department 



Executive 

Ordnance and gunnery 

Seamanship and flight tactics 

Engineering and aeronautics 

Electrical engineering and physics 

Navigation 

Gymnasium 

Dancing 



1 


First battalion 






Second battalion 


First 


Second 


Third 


Fourth 


First 


Second 


Third 


class 


class 


class 


class 


class 


class 


class 


49-13 


45-10 


39- 9 


39-9 


47-11 


45- 7 


37- 7 


23- 6 


21- 2 


16- 2 


8-2 


24- 4 


21- 2 


17- 3 ! 


15- 3 


18-10 


23- 3 


30-7 


16- 4 


19-13 


24- 4 


14- 5 


24- 4 


35- 


14-5 


14- 5 


24- 4 


35- 


19- 


4- 


0-16 


0-0 


17- 2 


4- 


0-16 


3- 


2- 1 


0- 


0-0 


4- 1 


2- 1 


0- 


4- 3 


13- 3 


14- 


28-5 


5- 3 


12- 3 


14- 


0- 


0- 


0- 


8-2 


0- 


0- 


0- 



Fourth 



37-7 
8-2 

31-8 

16-4 
0-0 
0-0 

27-7 
8-2 





Third battalion 


Fourth battalion 


Department 


First 
class 


Second 
class 


Third 

class 


Fourth 
class 


First 
class 


Second 
class 


Third 
class 


Fourth 
class 


Executive 


49-13 
23- 6 
14- 2 
14- 5 
19- 
4- 1 
4- 3 
0- 


45-10 

23- 2 
16-10 

24- 4 
4- 
2- 1 

13- 3 
0- 


39- 9 

20- 3 
20- 2 
34- 
0-16 
0- 
14- 
0- 


39-9 
8-2 

27-5 

15-5 
0-0 
0-0 

30-7 
8-2 


43-11 
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20- 5 
14- 5 
17- 2 

4- 

5- 3 
0- 


41- 7 
21- 1 
23-14 
24- 4 
4- 
2- 1 
12- 3 
0- 


37- 8 
17- 2 
25- 4 
34- 
0-16 
0- 
14- 
0- 


33-7 


Ordnance and gunnery 


8-2 


Seamanship and flight tactics 


30-8 
15-4 


Electrical engineering and physics 

Navigation ... 


0-0 
0-0 


Gymnasium 


34-7 


Dancing 


7-2 







Note.— In accord with action of the academic board the second class will have recitations in seamanship 
during the second period on Saturdays during the academic months of December and January and the 
third class will have recitations in electrical engineering and physics during the second period on Saturdays 
during the academic months of December. January, February, and March. 

149 



150 RESUME OF COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 

SEAMANSHIP AND FLIGHT TACTICS 

The department of seamanship and flight tactics has for its mission the instruct 
tion of midshipmen to the end that upon graduation they may be capable of 
efficiently performing the duties of a junior officer afloat, as junior officer of 
the watch, junior deck division officer, junior forecastle officer, boat officer, 
assistant communication officer, and recorder of a summary court-martial. 
Midshipmen receive instruction giving them an elementary knowledge of flight 
tactics, aviation history, and aerology. 

Seamanship drills commence with the day of the fourth classman's entrance 
into the academy, continue throughout the entire course, and are supplemented 
by practical instruction on the practice cruises. Commencing with learning how 
to pull a service cutter, the drills progress through handling service-type and 
civilian-type boats under oars, sail, and power; signals — semaphore, Morse 
visual code, and flag hoist; ground tackle work; knotting and splicing; compass, 
log, and lead; tactics and evolutions; communications. 

In general, members of the fourth class take the ordinary crew duties, and 
have qualifications similar to seaman; third class, as important crew members, 
with qualifications as petty officer; second class, as second in command, with 
qualifications as chief petty officer; and first class, in command, with qualifica- 
tions as junior officer. 

Recitations are held in seamanship second term of third year, and throughout 
both terms of the fourth year. The instruction covers signals, seamanship in 
general, nautical phraseology, communications, regulations, military law, ele- 
mentary strategy and tactics, international law, leadership, mooring and maneu- 
vering board, and aviation subjects connected with flight tactics, such as "Avia- 
tion History," " Aerology," "Aircraft Communications," and "Aviation Scouting." 

For the first class, additional instruction in tactics and in seamanship evolu- 
tions is carried on in submarine chasers, all of the duties of the deck force being 
taken over by the midshipmen, under the supervision of experienced officer 
instructors. 

ORDNANCE AND GUNNERY 

The course includes all the theoretical and practical instruction required for 
the performance of gunnery duties aboard ship as a junior officer and in addition 
gives a thorough basic foundation for future study and development work in 
ordnance and gunnery. It is divided into two parts — section room and practical 
instruction. The section-room instruction covers subjects which must be studied 
and can best be learned as a midshipman; the practical instruction and drill 
includes work with all types of naval ordnance from small arms to turret guns 
and methods for control of all weapons. Drills which can be best given aboard 
ship and preparations for target practice are held during the practice cruise and 
not at the Naval Academy. 

The practical work begins the summer of the fourth class year and includes 
firing on the rifle range with rifle and pistol up to the experts' course, drill with 
broadside guns, and explanation of all ordnance equipment and models in Dahl- 
gren Hall. During the fourth, third, and second class years this practical instruc- 
tion is continued with small arms, machine guns, broadside battery, models and 
training in the duties of all personnel connected with ordnance. Second class 
also has instruction in torpedoes and fire control. First class year is devoted to 
fire control and methods of using broadside and turret guns, torpedoes, aviation 
ordnance, aviation bombing, grenades, and gas masks. On the first class practice 
cruise midshipmen, first class, perform the duties of officers in gunnery exercises 
with the fleet. 



RESUME OF COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 151 

Instruction in the section room begins the second term, second class year, 
with a study of naval ordnance, gun construction, aviation gunnery, and tor- 
pedoes. In first class year a study is made of gun construction, powder pressures, 
velocities and trajectories of projectiles, ranges and errors of naval guns, fire 
control of all types of guns, gunnery methods, including aviation gunnery, and 
the duties of a junior officer in the gunnery department aboard ship. 

Textbooks and service publications are used which have been specially written 
by experienced officers of the United States Navy for instructional purposes of 
midshipmen and junior officers. Besides the study of these, a series of lectures 
on practical ordnance and gunnery is given by officers from the Navy Depart- 
ment or the fleet. 

Throughout the course great stress is laid not only upon the duties of a junior 
officer in gunnery, but the relation of each subject to the development of ordnance 
and gunner}- in the United States Nav}^, the present gunnery methods of the 
fleet, and the possible future requirements which must be met by naval officers 
who are graduates of the Naval Academy. 

NAVIGATION 

DIVISION OF TIME 
Character of work Time (per cent) 

Recitations 31 

Practical problems (written recitations) 40 

Examinations 14 

Practical instruction (charts and instruments) 11 

Drills i 4 

100 

SECOND CLASS CRUISE 

Object. — Preliminary instruction under practical working conditions. 

The subject is first presented to the midshipmen by a limited amount of 
instruction in dead reckoning and the compass at a time when he can readily 
see the practical application of these subjects in directing and checking the 
movements of the ship from port to port. 

SECOND CLASS YEAR FIRST TERM 

Object. — Basic instruction in the elements of astronomy and in geonavigation. 

The work of this term is started with a study of astronomy so that the mid- 
shipman may have a good basic knowledge of the elements with which he is 
dealing. This also clarifies his ideas in the study of spherical trigonometry 
which course is given at this point in the department of mathematics. Geonavi- 
gation is taken up following astronomy, and the midshipman is taught the 
operation and use of the magnetic compass and the use of charts for finding his 
position near land. He is also taught the methods of working up his courses 
and positions at sea by the method of dead reckoning. The study of time com- 
pletes the term's work. 

Practical instruction at the astronomical model, in piloting, and in the use of 
charts and instruments, including the compensation of the magnetic compass, 
is coordinated with the work noted above. 

SECOND CLASS YEAR SECOND TERM 

Object. — To consolidate the work of the first term so as to give the midshipman 
a logical and comprehensive idea of the navigator's daily work in conducting the 
ship from place to place and checking her position. 



152 RESUME OF COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 

The result desired is to so prepare the midshipman that he will be able to get 
the most practical value out of his first class cruise where he will have an oppor- 
tunity to take observations and actually locate the ship on the chart. 

The practical instruction in chart and compass work is continued with the idea 
of making the midshipman thoroughly familiar with the proper methods of 
piloting. 

The drills are designed to give a thorough working knowledge of the care. 
operation, and handling of the sextant. 

FIRST CLASS CRUISE 

Object. — The practical application on board ship of the instruction given during 
second class year. 

The midshipman is required to take sights, work them out, and locate the ship,, 
both by means of these sights and by dead reckoning. Piloting is taught under 
circumstances which enable the midshipman to see clearly how the ship is handled. 
The actual compensation of a ship's compass is carried out when possible and 
the midshipman required to assist so that the practical difficulties encountered 
may be clearly seen and appreciated. The value of the gyro-compass is demon- 
strated and instruction given in its use. 

FIRST CLASS YEAR FIRST AND SECOND TERMS 

Object. — To perfect the midshipman's knowledge of the subject so that he 
will be capable on graduation of taking up the duties of the navigator on a 
small ship and will lack only the very necessary experience to make him a master 
of this branch of the naval profession. 

A fictitious circumnavigating world cruise is conducted to give the midshipmen 
all possible variations of the problem of position. In addition, the following 
subjects are taught in the section room, at drills, and by practical instruction in 
the chart room. 

(a) The duties of the navigator in accordance with Navy regulations. 

(b) Aerial navigation. 

(c) The value and use of radio bearings. 

(d) The use and relative value of various methods for the solution of the astro- 
nomical triangle. 

(e) Hydrographic surveying. 

ENGINEERING AND AERONAUTICS 

FOURTH CLASS YEAR SUMMER AND FIRST TERMS 

Descriptive geometry and mechanical drawing. — Instruction in use of drawing 
instruments and development of manual dexterity in employment. Standard 
methods of lettering and practice in their use. Application of the foregoing to 
descriptive geometry, with the representation of lines, planes, curved surfaces, 
and intersections, in order to develop the ability to visualize objects in space. 

FOURTH CLASS YEAR SECOND TERM. THIRD CLASS YEAR FIRST TERM 

Engineering drawing. — Making of free-hand working sketches of small machine 
parts, with full dimensional data taken from work, and the making of standard 
working drawings from such sketches. Understanding of standardized parts, 
and use of tables of standards in design. The making of detailed from assembled 
drawings and vice versa, particular emphasis being laid upon the ability to 
read blue prints correctly, and to appreciate good points in the design of a machine. 



RESUME OF COURSE OF INSTRUCTION 153 

THIRD CLASS YEAR SECOND TERM 

Mechanisms. — A study of the underlying principles governing the relative 
motions of parts of machinery, including revolving and oscillating bodies; belt, 
rope, and chains; motion by pure rolling contact; gears and gear teeth; wheels in 
train; inclined plane, wedge, screw, worm and wheel; cams; relative velocities of 
rigidly connected points; linkwork; straight-line mechanisms; parallel motions; 
aggregate combinations; pulley blocks; intermittent motion. 

Engineering materials and processes. — A study of engineering and construction 
materials; their properties and uses, and the essential steps in producing them 
from ore to the finished product. Methods of shaping metals for use and a 
study of the essential features of metallography, particularly with reference to 
steel. 

SECOND CLASS YEAR FIRST TERM 

Boilers. — A study of marine boilers, including a detailed study of the more 
important types, with methods of manufacture and materials used; general 
methods of repair; fuels, both oil and coal, and proper method of burning for 
greater economy; boiler auxiliaries and details of construction; tests and how 
conducted; operation, care, preservation, and overhaul. 

SECOND CLASS YEAR FIRST AND SECOND TERMS 

Naval reciprocating engines and auxiliary machinery. — General principles and 
thermodynamics as applied to this type of engine; detailed study of mechanical 
parts and materials used; measurement of power; construction and operation of 
condensers, pumps, valves, heaters, tanks, etc.; lubrication, operation, care, and 
overhaul of complete installations. 

SECOND CLASS YEAR SECOND TERM 

Naval construction. — General study, of ship's lines and definitions pertaining 
thereto; various steps in planning a ship; calculations of areas and volumes; 
general principles of stability, both static and dynamic; displacement and trim, 
with curves in relation thereto; effects of weight distribution and of weight 
shifting; resistance of ships; coefficients of speed, law of corresponding speeds; 
ship nomenclature; details of construction of naval vessels; launching and dock- 
ing; general arrangement of ship compartments and methods of flooding, draining, 
and ventilating; details of steering gear; care and preservation of hulls. 

Aircraft construction. — General study of heavier-than-air aircraft; nomencla- 
ture and definitions; aerodynamics in relation to stability and control; aerofoils, 
powering, external loading, and design; details of construction, erection, care 
and preservation; naval service types. 

FIRST CLASS YEAR FIRST TERM 

Thermodynamics. — The utilization of heat as energy to perform mechanical 
work in various types of machinery, such as turbines, internal-combustion 
engines, refrigerating machinery, etc., including a study of the use of steam tables 
and diagrams. 

FIRST CLASS YEAR FIRST AND SECOND TERMS 

Steam turbines. — Underlying principles of turbines, their classification into 
types, and the characteristics of each type. Necessary turbine auxiliaries. 
Detailed study of various makes of turbines used in the Navy. Operation and 
care of marine turbine installations. 



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FIRST CLASS YEAR— SECOND TERM 

Internal-combustion engines. — -Underlying principles of internal-combustion 
engines. Study of Otto and Diesel cycles, and their application to existing types 
of engines. Fuels and lubricants. Detailed study of marine types of gasoline 
and oil engines, and of aircraft engines, including mechanical parts, carburetion, 
lubrication, cooling and ignition systems. Most common faults and remedies. 

PRACTICAL WORK 

FOURTH CLASS YEAR SUMMER 

Pattern shop. — Elementary work of the carpenter shop, mortising, joining, 
woodworking lathes, etc. 

Machine shop. — -Chipping and filing of conventional pieces of iron and brass, 
and instruction to use of power tools. 

Sketching. — Sketching and dimensioning of simple geometrical shapes. 

Coppersmith shop, forge shop, foundry. — -Elementary instruction in work done 
in these shops. 

Miscellaneous. — Examination of models and talks on boilers, reciprocating 
engines, turbines, internal-combustion engines, fireroom and engine-room auxil- 
iaries, evaporators, etc.; ship construction, docking, steering engines, anchor 
engines, etc. 

FOURTH CLASS YEAR — -WINTER DRILLS 

Pattern shop. — Selection and treatment of different kinds of woods for various 
purposes; continuation of summer work of the carpenter shop to finished pattern 
work. 

Machine shop. — Vise bench work, principally fitting of bearings. 

Miscellaneous. — Continuation of summer exercises, in greater detail. 

THIRD CLASS YEAR PRACTICE CRUISE 

Tour of inspection of engine and boiler compartments and auxiliary stations; 
study and sketching (where applicable) of the general arrangement of machinery, 
accessories and fittings, corrosion, cleaning and painting, care of compartments, 
blue-print reading, shops, tools, materials, and repair work. Stand watches of 
firemen. 

THIRD CLASS YEAR WINTER DRILLS 

Foundry. — Kinds of sand and implements used; making of molds; melting and 
pouring of iron and brass. 

Forge shop.— Equipment and tools used; forging, welding, tempering, case- 
hardening, etc.; bending and quenching tests of metals, etc. 

Boiler shop. — Riveting, soft and hard patching, calking, annealing, cutting out 
tubes, expanding tubes, etc. 

Coppersmith shop. — Soldering, hard and soft; making copper pipe; putting 
flanges on pipe; use of oil furnace and oil heater; sweating patch on a copper pipe. 

Machine shop. — Machine-tool work from working drawings, including the set- 
ting of work. Machine tools used are lathes, planers, vertical and horizontal 
boring mills, simple and radial presses, shapers, milling machines, slotters, etc. 

Fuel-oil-burning boiler. — -Lighting fires and raising steam from a cold boiler; 
handling boiler under forced draft; control of fires for smokeless or smoke condi- 
tions; study of various types of burners; safety precautions to be observed in 
the handling and burning of fuel oil. 

Miscellaneous. — Use of various measuring instruments; gauge calibration; 
acetylene cutting and welding; electric welding; thermit welding; strength of 
metals; sketching of engineering parts. 






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SECOND CLASS YEAR PRACTICE CRUISE 



Indicator cards; lubrication system; boilers and fittings; piping; auxiliaries 
and accessories; ship, boat, and airplane structure. Stand watches of petty 
officers. 

SECOND CLASS YEAR WINTER DRILLS 

Lining up, bearing adjustment, and valve setting of engines; operation and 
overhauling of evaporator plant, refrigerating plant, air compressors, traps, 
steering and anchor engines; detailed inspection of pumps, condensers, and dis- 
tillers; propeller measurements; operation of steam reciprocating engines, and 
determination by indicator of horsepower developed; coal testing; flue-gas 
analysis; boiler inspections and tests; water testing; fuel-oil testing; pump 
testing. Inspection of various ship models showing details of warship construc- 
tion; also docking, inclining experiments, damage stability control, aircraft 
structure and rigging. 

FIRST CLASS YEAR PRACTICE CRUISE 

Administration of the engineer department; study and operation of main en- 
gines, power boat and aircraft engines; emergencies; repairs; stand watches of 
junior officer, machinist, and chief petty officer. 

FIRST CLASS YEAR WINTER DRILLS 

Operation of steam turbines and internal-combustion engines; determination, 
by dynamometer, of horsepower developed; torsion meter; detailed inspection 
of marine turbines, reduction gear, and condensing plant; detailed inspection of 
carburetors and magnetos and the adjustment of them; detailed inspection and 
operation of various types of marine and aircraft gas engines; visits to experiment 
station; log-room administration; pump calibration. 

MATHEMATICS 

FIRST YEAR FIRST TERM 

Solid geometry. — The geometry of lines and planes in space, polyhedrons, 
cylinders, cones, spheres; development and use of formulas for surfaces and 
volumes; demonstrations of propositions; solution of problems by construction 
and computation. 

Algebra. — Short review of important parts of elementary alegbra; quadratics 
and advanced algebra, including inequalities, mathematical induction, binomial 
theorem, variation, progressions, complex numbers, theory of equations, partial 
fractions, permutations, combinations, probability, determinants. 

Logarithms. — Definitions and properties; practical use in computation; tables 
of logarithms of numbers, of logarithms of trigonometric functions, and tables 
of natural functions; haversine tables; special system of forms for computation. 

Plane trigonometry. — Measurement of arcs and angles; trigonometric func- 
tions; development and use of fundamental trigonometric relations and identi- 
ties; solution of trigonometric equations; solution of all cases of plane triangles, 
including development of formulas and methods for same; simple applications 
to measuring heights and distances. 

FIRST YEAR SECOND TERM 

Spherical trigonometry. — Solution of all cases of spherical triangles, including 
development of formulae; numerical solution of great circle courses and distances 
and of various cases of the astronomical triangle — time sight, meridian altitude, etc. 



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Plane analytic geometry. — Cartesian and polar coordinates; equations of straight 
lines and of the conic sections; equations of given loci; analysis of given equations, 
and plotting of their loci; parametric equations; transcendental curves; general 
equation of second degree, discussion and simplification. 

Mathematical analysis. — Functions and graphs; instantaneous rates; tangents, 
areas, etc., as limits; differentiation; integration. 

SECOXD TEAK FIRST TERM 

Calculus. — Constants, variables, and functions; derivatives of algebraic func- 
tions, applications of derivatives; differential notation; differentiation of tran- 
scendental functions; integrations; applications of integrations; successive 
differentiations and integrations; curves and curve tracing; definite integrals; 
application of integrations to geometry and mechanics; special methods of inte- 
grations; functions of two or more variables; multiple integrals; infinite series. 

Solid analytic geometry. — Taken concurrently with calculus, using the same 
textbook. Equations of the plane, of the straight line in space, and of special 
surfaces of the second order. 

SECOND YEAR SECOND TERM 

Mechanics. — Theory and use of slide rule; vectors; statics of a particle; forces 
acting on a rigid body; statics of a rigid body; centers of gravity and moments 
of inertia; deformable bodies, beams; rectilinear motion; work and energy; 
curvilinear motion; dynamics of a rigid body; brief treatment of hydromechanics. 

THIRD YEAR FIRST TERM 

Spherical trigonometry. — Solution of all cases of spherical triangles, including 
development of formulae; numerical solution of great circle courses and distances 
and of various cases of the astronomical triangle — time sight, meridian altidude, 
etc. 

Differential equations. — Thorough drill in the setting up and solution of geo- 
metrical and physical problems involving important types of ordinary differential 
equations. 

Engineering mathematics. — Includes: Brief treatment of precision of measure- 
ment; least squares; empirical formulae; accuracy of computation, etc. Also 
includes a discussion and solution of the problem of the strength of thick cylinders. 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND PHYSICS 

The course of instruction given by this department includes chemistry, 
physics, direct-current electricity, alternating-current electricity, and radio. 
The time available for each of these subjects is comparatively short, and the 
courses are, therefore, more or less elemental, special emphasis being placed 
on fundamental principles. The following is an outline of the subjects studied 
by each class: 

FOURTH CLASS FIRST AND SECOXD TERMS 

The year is devoted to the study of general inorganic chemistry with laboratory 
work. In addition, lectures are given on the application of chemistry to devices 
and appliances in the service, water testing, gas analysis, explosives, chemical 
warfare, service paints, and qualitative analysis. 

Practical work in the chemical laboratory supplements the classroom instruc- 
tion. Experiments are performed illustrating the preparation and properties 
of various gases and other substances, and include elementary qualitative 
analvsis . 



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THIRD CLASS FIRST AND SECOND TERMS 

The subject of physics is taken up during the whole of the third class year and 
includes the study of mechanics, heat, sound, light, magnetism, and elementary 
electricity, and the application of the various laws and phenomena in these 
branches of the subject with special stress on problems. The course forms the 
ground work for more advanced studies in other subjects, and includes the flight 
of projectiles, balloons, gyroscopes, elements of thermodynamics, submarine 
listening devices, theory of flight, and optical instruments. 

Practical work in the physics laboratory comprises experiments illustrating 
various physical laws and phenomena studied in the classroom. A number o£ 
lectures are given during the year. 

SECOND CLASS— FIRST AND SECOND TERMS 

The whole of second class year is devoted to the study of magnetism, electro- 
statics, and direct-current electricit} r . During the first term, the fundamentals 
of simple electric circuits are studied with applications of Ohm's and Kirchoff's 
laws, while the second term is devoted principally to the theory and operation 
of dynamo electric machines and to the electrical installations found on board 
naval vessels. 

The laboratory work covers the following: Magnetic fields, induced currents, 
measurement of resistance, divided circuits, fall of potential, use and calibration 
of different measuring instruments supplied to ships, setting up and operation 
of primary and secondary batteries, operation of searchlights, arc and mercury 
vapor lamps, telephones and other electrical interior communication apparatus 
supplied to naval vessels, operation and measuring efficiencies of dynamos and 
motors, devices for motor-control, manipulation of switchboard, operation of 
electrical machinery supplied to naval vessels, testing for and locating faults 
and grounds, measuring insulation resistance of electric plants, etc. There are 
also experiments toward the end of the year for studying the characteristics of 
inductance and capacity. 

A series of lectures is given to elucidate difficult points and as a review of the 
text already covered. 

FIRST CLASS FIRST "AND SECOND TERMS 

The first class takes up the subject of alternating-current electricity, including 
radio, about half of the time available being devoted to the study of radio. The 
course in alternating-current electricity is considered to be of great importance 
due to the application of alternating-current machinery on board ship, prin- 
cipally in connection with the electric drive. This course starts with the theory 
of alternating-current generators and simple alternating-current circuits, includ- 
ing problems on series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits, and advances into 
the study of synchronous motors, transformers, polyphase currents, and induction 
motors with the application of the latter to the electric drive. 

The radio course covers the underlying principles of radio communication. 
The time allotted to radio is devoted to the study of the fundamental principles 
governing the operation of spark, arc, and vacuum tube equipment according to 
their relative importance. 

The above radio course covers the following: Wave motion; resistance, 

inductance, capacity, and resonance, as applied to radio circuits; the simple 

oscillating circuit; use of the frequency meter; damped and continuous wave 

transmission; radiation of waves; receiving apparatus; uses of the vacuum 

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tube as a detector, amplifier, modulator, and oscillator; regeneration; multiple 
stage amplification; radiotelephony; antennas; interference and selectivity; 
and naval radio apparatus. 

Laboratory work and lectures form an important part of the course. The 
electrical laboratory work comprises an elementary study of inductance and 
capacity in alternating-current circuit, alternating-current dynamos, motors, 
and transformers. In the radio laboratories the instruction comprises experi- 
ments with simple oscillating circuits, use of frequency meters, spark sets, arc 
sets, use of vacuum tube as a detector, amplifier, generator, and modulator, 
.aviation radio practice. 

ENGLISH 

This department includes in its field subjects commonly assigned to both 
English and history. The entering class, at the very beginning, have their 
attention directed to the importance of naval tradition; in the Naval Academy 
library and yard they are made to feel the significance of the great names of the 
service, which many of them meet for the first time. During the academic year 
courses are given in composition and literature, naval history, political and social 
history of the United States, and modern European history. 

In composition, emphasis is put upon (1) the paragraph as the constructive 
unit; (2) the letter, social and official; (3) the article, both technical and popu- 
lar; and (4) after-dinner speaking, a form of oral composition which no officer 
can be inexperienced in without loss of dignity and usefulness. In literature, a 
survey is made of the entire field from the latter part of the sixteenth century 
to the present day, especial emphasis being given to Shakespeare and to the 
modern essay. 

In naval history attention is directed to sea power and its relation to (1) 
development of ships and armament; (2) lives and characters of great leaders 
(particular stress being placed on the growth of American naval tradition); 
and (3) effect on contemporary and subsequent history. A study is made of 
the great naval engagements from Salamis to Jutland. In the political and 
social history of the United States the period covered is from 1829 to the present 
time. The textbook on this subject is supplemented by readings in American 
literature selected to bring out the development of American thought and cul- 
ture and also to suggest recent achievements in the field of letters. In modern 
European history the course is based on a comprehensive textbook, supple- 
mented by lectures by historians of national reputation and also by men of 
affairs who are authorities on the countries studied. The aim is not only to 
vitalize the study of history but to give the midshipman such a knowledge of 
international problems as will fit him to be an intelligent representative of 
America in every country he may visit. 

At the beginning of each course in English or history the effort is made to secure 
the interest and cooperation of the midshipman by making clear to him just 
how and why the proposed course will be of practical benefit to him in his career 
as a naval officer. 

MODERN LANGUAGES 

1. The mission of the department of modern languages is to give to midship- 
men a sufficient knowledge of French or Spanish to help or enable them to 
converse in the foreign tongue, to express themselves clearly in written communi- 
cations, and to read with sufficient ease French or Spanish of average difficulty. 
Throughout the course emphasis is laid on the knowledge of fundamental ele- 
mentary principles to the end that, however late in his career he may be called 
upon to utilize his knowledge, the officer will have a solid foundation on which 
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2. On admission to the Naval Academy approximately one half of the mid- 
shipmen are assigned to study French while the other half are assigned to study 
Spanish. This assignment depends on the preference of the individual midship- 
man and is permanent for the entire course. 

3. The textbooks in use are modern and practical. Since the number of mid- 
shipmen in a section does not exceed 15, special attention is given to the indi- 
vidual. 

4. The course in modern languages covers three academic years and consists 
of approximately 200 recitations. 

HYGIENE 

Soon after entrance midshipmen of the fourth class are given a course in per- 
sonal hygiene and the care of the human machine. This includes a series of 
lectures to the class as a whole and instructions of a more detailed character 
over a period of several months to small groups of the class. The purpose of 
this course is to prepare the members of the entering class to make their fullest 
personal contribution to the continuance of their health (individually and col- 
lectively) and thus to their best scholastic possibilities. In other words, it is to 
ground them in the art of keeping themselves in good health — to acquaint them 
with those precautions which every man can take in his own behalf to prevent 
disease or minimize its effects and thus maintain himself at all times in the best 
possible physical condition and mentally alert. The course comprises the fol- 
lowing subjects: 

(a) Physical education; i. e., care of the human machine. 

(6) Personal hygiene, including social hygiene education. 

(c) Physical training, the benefits of muscular activity, and the dangers of 
overtraining. 

(d) Preventable diseases and simple rules for maintaining health. 

(e) Oral prophylaxis and the care of the teeth. 

A competent representative of the medical department is always present at 
all official contests and authorized sports. For graduation a midshipman is 
required to show, by standard strength and gymnasium tests, that he is 100 per 
cent physically efficient. 

The first class during the first term is given a course in general hygiene, 
physiology, and first aid, using the adopted textbook by Capt. R. G. 
Heiner, Medical Corps, United States Navy. An outline of the course is as 
follows: 

I. Minute anatomy and cell physiology. 
II. Gross anatomy and physiology. 
III. Bacteriology. 
IV. Preventable diseases. 
V. Venereal diseases. 
VI. Naval hygiene. 
VII. Military hygiene. 
VIII. Physical training. 
IX. First aid, including that for the effects of gas warfare. 
X. Alcohol and other narcotics; their effects and dangers. 
The course is illustrated by charts, manikin, skeleton, blackboard drawings, 
and moving-picture reels and includes a special lecture on the relation of the 
oral cavity to the general nutrition and health of the body. 

Emphasis is placed on the methods of giving first aid, and practical demon- 
strations are given in order to prepare these future officers for the instruction of 
the men of their divisions, as required by Navy Regulations. 

Two examinations are held, midterm and final, each embracing one-half of 
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PHYSICAL TRAINING 






In this department midshipmen are trained in the principles of health and 
recreation so as to have before them a long period of healthful service in life. 
In addition they are given instruction in the various branches of physical drill 
and athletics so as to be better qualified to lead and coach fleet athletics. 

FIRST TEAR FOURTH CLASS 

Initial examination. — Immediately upon entrance to the Naval Academy 
each midshipman is tested for defects in strength, posture, and swimming. A 
photographic and graphic record is made at this time. 

Requirements 

Swimming. — Ability to swim five minutes using three strokes. 

Strength. — Ability to equal the standard for strength in 32 out of 42 of the 
chief muscles of the body. 

Gymnasium requirements. — Practical use of muscles in various combinations 
such as jumping, running, etc. 

Posture. — Knowledge of proper "brace" and ability to assume a correct posture. 

Boxing. — Demonstration of the elements of self-defense. 

Wrestling. — Knowledge and use of six wrestling holds and their counters. 

Dancing. — Ability to demonstrate fundamentals of dancing. 

In addition to the above subjects which are required, midshipmen of the fourth 
class are given instruction in football, baseball, crew, track and field, basketball, 
swimming, boxing, wrestling, lacrosse, rifle, fencing, gymnastics, water polo, 
tennis, soccer, handball, and training. 

SECOND YEAR THIRD CLASS 

Requirements 

Swimming. — Ability to swim 120 yards in three and one-half minutes, using 
three strokes. 

Strength. — Ability to equal the standard of strength in 36 out of 42 of the chief 
muscles of the body. 

Gymnasium requirements. — Graded improvement in use of muscles to equal 
the standards set in 14 practical gymnasium tests. 

Posture. — Knowledge of proper "brace" and an habitual correct posture while 
standing or marching. 

In addition to the above requirements midshipmen of the third class are given 
instruction in the rules and fundamentals of the sports listed under fourth class. 

THIRD TEAR SECOXD CLASS 

Swimming. — Ability to swim 160 yards in four minutes and thirty seconds, 
using four strokes. Practical demonstration of life saving and knowledge of 
resuscitation; diving. 

Strength. — Ability to equal the standard for strength in 42 of the chief muscles 
of the body. 

Gymnasium requirements. — Ability to equal the "A" tests in 14 various uses 
of the body in gymnasium tests. 

Posture. — Ability to demonstrate proper posture and direct others in the 
fundamentals of posture. 

In addition to the above requirements midshipmen of the second class are 
instructed in the methods of officiating athletic contests in the various branches 
of sports. 



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FOUETH YEAR FIRST CLASS 

Instruction in self-defense in use of the cane, rough and tumble, boxing, and 
wrestling. Course in coaching athletics, selective for sports desired. 

Textbook used, Manual of Athletic Requirements, United States Naval 
Academy. 

Additional instruction given by moving pictures and selected slides. 

ATHLETICS 

In the branch of athletics which is entirely voluntary the department of 
physical training, in conjunction with the Navy Athletic Association, trains and 
fully equips all athletic teams, whether of Navy, class, or company degree. 

A complete organization with necessary equipment is provided so that a mid- 
shipman of any size, weight, or degree of skill may find suitable opportunity for 
participation during all recreation periods. 

In general, all outside athletic competition is restricted to colleges and prepara- 
tory schools. A wide range of competitive sports ranging from 'Varsity, fresh- 
man, and class competition to company meets, induces practically every mid- 
shipman to participate in one or more branches at some time during his course at 
the Naval Academy. 

LIBRARY 

The library contains 67,769 volumes, and increases at the rate of about 1,500 
volumes a year. It is commodiously housed in Mahan Hall, in three large rooms, 
which are well lighted and ventilated, and all on the same level, with one of them 
containing a second deck for the shelving of bound sets of periodicals. The col- 
lection is especially rich in naval literature; and it is strong in history, biography, 
literature, travel, and reference books, with other subjects developed in less 
degree. About 75 periodicals are taken, 1 newspaper, and upward of 20 
serials or annuals. All of this material is on open shelves, as freely accessible 
as it would be in one's own home. The arrangement is plain and convenient. 
The hours on week days are from 9 a. m. to 6.30 p. m., and on Sundays from 2.30 
to 6 p. m. The allowance of books that may be borrowed is eight at a time 
to officers and professors, and two to midshipmen (periodicals counting as books) . 
A bulletin board announces the new books, and shows the contents of the "Pro- 
ceedings of the Naval Institute," a monthly magazine of uncommon merit and 
of great value to the service. Further, to show what the library has to offer and 
to promote its uses and service, a leaflet or mimeographed bulletin is issued 
about once a week, containing the titles of from 20 to 25 of the latest books ac- 
quired, and beneath each title is a line or two describing the characteristics of 
the work. Sometimes these bulletins are made up entirely of the titles of 
articles contained in the publications of naval or engineering societies, and at 
other times they show the latest articles of special professional interest that 
appear in the leading magazines. This bulletin is sent to all officers, professors, 
and midshipmen. It keeps them promptly informed of the books last acquired, 
and of those ready for use, and it is an aid to all concerned. 

Use of the library has been growing steadily, both in reference and research 
work and in the number of books borrowed and carried to quarters. All midship- 
men are required during their first summer to spend there one hour and a half a 
week. These periods are under the direction of the department of English, and 
professors of that department are present at such times. The purpose is to 
acquaint midshipmen with the books, and to teach them how to use the cata- 
logue and to look up topics on which information is sought, when they have need 
to do so . 

Midshipmen may go to the library at all times when their studies and duties 
do not prevent. The library, constructed on lines of broad culture, reflects this 
in the training of midshipmen, and aids in giving them that general development 
which is important in the aim of the Naval Academy. 



SUMMARY OF COURSE IN AVIATION 
INSTRUCTION 

A course in aviation for the graduating class, supplementing the regular cur- 
riculum, was established at the Naval Academy by the Navy Department in 
May, 1925. The course includes three months of special intensive training 
instruction in the ground and flight work, the object being to send the graduating 
class away from the Naval Academy well founded in the fundamental require- 
ments of naval aviation. The first class to receive this aviation instruction was 
the class graduating in 1926. The classes that graduated in 1927 and 1928 
have also received this instruction. 

The scope of the course includes the following subjects and practical training; 
with time allotted to each in accordance with its relative importance : 

Structure and rigging. 

Aviation engines. 

Theory of flight. 

Aircraft communication. 

Aerology. 

Navigational instruments. 

Aerial navigation. 

Radio code practice. 

Flight training. 

Aerial gunnery. 

Aerial bombing. 

Range gunnery. 

Aircraft scouting. 

Combat and flight formations. 

General and special lectures on aviation subjects by prominent aviators. 

Reading courses on aviation subjects. 

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PRIZES AWARDED DURING THE ACADEMIC 
YEAR 1927-28 



PRESENTED BY THE UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE 

IN TARGET PRACTICE 

Gold medal, small arms, Midshipman Kemp Tolley, class of 1929; silver medal, 
small arms, Midshipman Alexander Haldeman Hood, class of 1929; bronze medal, 
small arms, Midshipman Joseph Arthur D'Avi, class of 1929. 

Midshipmen who qualified as expert riflemen 



King, G. E. 
Johnson, M. G. 



Shute, C. C. 
Stovall, W. S., jr. 
Eller, D. T. 
Hood, A. H. 
D'Avi, J. A. 



Mothersill, P. W., jr. 
McKean, W. B. 
Douw, V. P. 



Kunkle, G. 0. 
Forbes, L. Q. 
Ritchie, C. A. 
Peery, G. A. 
Harper, J.F., jr. 
Quilter, E. S. 
Andrews, R. S. 
Roessler, A. C. 



FIRST CLASS (1928) 

Todd, D. W., jr. 
Popp, C. 

SECOND CLASS (1929) 

Ashford, G. W. 
White, W. W. 
Loomis, A. E. 
Curry, M. L. 

THIRD CLASS (1930) 

Greene, W. M. 
Jenkins, W. T. 

FOURTH CLASS (1931) 

Murphy, J. A. 
Cox, M. H. 
Aldrich, C. W. 
Myers, H. 
Carr, B. L. 
Beebe, R. P. 
Crane, L. O. 
Gaasterland, C. L. 



Thompson, W. 
Radom, M. 



Tolley, K. 
Heinlein, R. A. 
Duborg, F. R. 
Huff, G. L. 



Gross, R. L. 
Esslinger, R. J. 



Gray, A. D. 
Iverson, C. 
Lay, J. T. 

McAllister, F. C, jr. 
Rouse, L. M. 
Swisher, L. N. 
Thomas, W. M. 
Williams, G. K. 



CLASS OF 1897 SWORD AND CUP 



A sword is awarded annually by the class of 1897 to that midshipman who has 
contributed most by his officerlike qualities and positive character to the develop- 
ment of naval spirit and loyalty within the regiment. The name of the mid- 
shipman to whom the sword is awarded is inscribed on the class of 1897 cup. 
The cup is retained at the Naval Academy. Midshipman George Hall 
Moffett, class of 1928, was awarded the sword and his name was inscribed on 
the cup. 

CLASS OF 1871 SWORD 

The class of 1871 provides funds each year to be given to that midshipman of 
the graduating class who is most proficient in practical and theoretical ordnance 
and gunnery, with the understanding that the recipient will purchase a Navy 
dress sword with these funds. There are further requirements as to how the 
sword shall be engraved. Midshipman Charles Robert Watts, class of 1928, 
was awarded this prize. 

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164 PRIZES AWARDED DURING ACADEMIC YEAR 1927-1928 

CLASS OF 1924 PRIZE 

A gold watch, suitably engraved, is presented each year by the class of 1924 
to that midshipman of the graduating class who stands highest for the course 
in the department of engineering and aeronautics. Midshipman Chester Miles 
Blackford, class of 1928, was awarded this prize. 

GENERAL SOCIETY, SONS OF THE REVOLUTION CUP 

A cup has been presented to the Naval Academy by the General Society, Sons 
of the Revolution, and remains here. Each year the name of the midshipman 
who is most proficient in practical ordnance and gunnery is inscribed thereon. 
The name of Midshipman David Lamar McDonald, class of 1928, was inscribed 
on the cup. 

NATIONAL SOCIETY, DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION SWORD 

A sword is presented each year by the National Society, Daughters of the 
American Revolution, to the midshipman who excels in practical seamanship. 
Midshipman David Lamar McDonald, class of 1928, was awarded this prize. 

MILITARY ORDER OF FOREIGN WARS' PRIZE 

A wrist watch, suitably engraved, is presented each year by the Military Order 
of Foreign Wars, to that midshipman of the graduating class who stands highest 
for the course in the department of mathematics. Midshipman James Richard 
Lee, class of 1928, was awarded the prize. 

CLEVELAND NAVAL ACADEMY GRADUATES' ASSOCIATION PRIZE 

The Cleveland Naval Academy Graduates' Association presents a pair of 
marine binoculars to that midshipman of the graduating class appointed from 
Ohio who stands highest in order of general merit for the four years' course. 
Midshipman Charles Robert Watts, class of 1928, was awarded the prize. 

THOMPSON PRIZE 

A navigating sextant is awarded by Col. Robert M. Thompson, class of 1868, 
U. S. N. A., to the member of each graduating class who proves himself most 
proficient in practical and theoretical navigation. Midshipman Cuthbert 
Joseph Bruen, class of 1928, was the recipient of the sextant. 

VAN DYKE PRIZE 

A gold watch, suitably, inscribed, is presented by Dr. Henry Van Dyke to the 
member of each graduating class who submits the best original article or theme 
on any naval or equally patriotic subject. Midshipman Albert Collins 
Burrows, class of 1928, was awarded the prize. 

GARDNER L. CASKEY MEMORIAL PRIZE 

A watch, known as the Gardner L. Caskey memorial prize, is presented each 
year to the midshipman who graduates at the head of his class for the course. 
The watch was awarded to Midshipman Charles Robert Watts, class of 1928. 

MAURY PRIZE 

A pair of marine binoculars, known as the Maury prize, is presented each year 
by the United Daughters of the Confederacy to the midshipman of the third 
class who excels in physics. Midshipman Wellington T. Hines, class of 1930, 
was awarded this prize. 



PRIZES AWARDED DURING ACADEMIC YEAR 1927-1928 165 

LETTERS OF COMMENDATION AND APPRECIATION 

In accordance with Naval Academy Order 14-27, letters of commendation and 
appreciation were addressed to the below-named midshipmen of the class of 
1928, they having contributed most to the development of naval spirit and 
loyalty within the regiment during the academic year 1927-28: 



George Hall Moffett. 
Charles Robert Watts. 
William Eager Howard, jr. 



John Quinn. 

Edward Joseph Martin. 

John Felix Mullen, jr. 



NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MUTUAL SAVINGS BANKS' PRIZE 

The National Association of Mutual Savings Banks has offered an annual 
prize of $100 for the best original essay on a theme relating to thrift and savings 
written by a member of the graduating class. Midshipman Raymond Oliver 
Burzynski, class of 1928, was the winner. 

NEW YORK TIMES' PRIZES 

The New York Times presents annual prizes, as hereinafter enumerated, to 
the three midshipmen who in a competitive examination show the broadest 
knowledge and most thorough understanding of current events both domestic 
and foreign: 

First 'prize. — A bronze plaque and a cash award of $150. Recipient: Midship- 
man Kenneth McLoud Gentry, class of 1930. 

Second prize. — A cash award of $75. Recipient: Midshipman Roderick 
Shanahan Rooney, class of 1929. 

Third prize. — A cash award of $25. Recipient: Midshipman Charles Robert 
Gilliam, class of 1930. 

NAVY ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SWORD 

A sword is presented at the end of each academic year by the Navy Athletic 
Association to the midshipman who is considered to have personally excelled in 
general athletics during that year. Midshipman Howard Franklin Ransford, 
class of 1928, was awarded the sword. 

THOMPSON TROPHY CUP 

A cup known as the Thompson trophy cup, has been presented to the Naval 
Academy by Col. Robert M. Thompson, class of 1868, U. S. N. A., on which is 
inscribed each year the name of the midshipman who shall be declared by the 
executive committee of the Navy Athletic Association to have done the most 
during the year preceding for the promotion of athletics at the Naval Academy. 
The name of Midshipman Edward Allen Hannegan, class of 1928, was in- 
scribed on the cup. 

HARVARD SHIELD 

The numerals of the class of 1931 were engraved on the " Harvard Shield," 
which was presented by the Associated Harvard Clubs, as that class which 
excelled in interclass athletic contests during the past year. 

CRENSHAW CUP 

The name of Midshipman John Grafton Burgess, class of 1930, was inscribed 
on the Crenshaw memorial cup for 1928. This cup was presented by Mr. E. A. 
Crenshaw and upon it is to be inscribed each year the name of the coxswain of 
that eight-oared crew winning the greatest number of races for that year. 

LYSISTRATA CHALLENGE CUP 

The race for the " Lysistrata " challenge cup was not held during the summer 
practice cruise 1928. 

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